US Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Rep. Richard Neal tour FloDesign Sonics in Wilbraham, learn about filterless purification | masslive.com
Warren, D-Massachusetts, toured the labs with U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal, D-Springfield. It was the second science-related tour of the day for Warren who had been to robotics technology incubator Technocopia and co-working space Running Start, earlier in the day, in Worcester. At FloDesign, Neal said, the tour highlights the role of government-funded research. Kowalski said FloDesign has just more than $1 million in federal funding from the National Science Foundation, and about $150,000 from the National Institutes of Health. The money, contained in multiple grants, is helping FloDesign and its local investors commercialize the technology.