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    1. GOVERNOR PATRICK APPOINTS JUDITH DUMONT AS DIRECTOR OF THE MASSACHUSETTS BROADBAND INSTITUTE

      BOSTON – Thursday, December 17, 2009 – Governor Deval Patrick today announced the appointment of Judith A. Dumont as Director of the Massachusetts Broadband Institute (MBI) – an agency working to bridge the digital divide and deliver affordable, reliable, high-speed Internet service to every community in the Commonwealth by 2011.
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    2. How I See It: Bialecki: Mass. making progress on economic plan

      How I See It: Bialecki: Mass. making progress on economic plan
      There are early signs that Massachusetts is beginning to emerge from this harsh economic downturn and that we are poised to do so faster and stronger than much of the rest of the country. To keep making progress, there are some old habits that we must begin to break.
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    3. Atalasoft Ranks 92 on the Inc. Magazine’s List of 100 Fastest Growing Software Companies in America

      Easthampton, Massachusetts, September 14, 2009 – Inc. Magazine ranked Atalasoft, Inc. No. 1523 on its third annual Inc. 5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a comprehensive look at the most important segment of the economy— America's i
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    4. Business Leader Keith Parent Joins Pioneer Valley Life Sciences Institute Board of Directors

      Keith M. Parent, chief executive officer of Court Square Group, has accepted an invitation to join the Pioneer Valley Life Sciences Institute board of directors. As the non-profit research institute’s first outside director, he will be joining board members from the Baystate Medical Center and the University of Massachusetts Amherst, PVLSI’s founding organizations.
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    5. Kevin Fu from UMass Amherst named Technology Review's 2009 Innovator of the Year

      Kevin Fu, assistant professor of computer science, has been recognized by Technology Review magazine as the 2009 Innovator of the Year for his cutting-edge research to improve computer security and privacy for such applications as implantable medical devices and contactless...
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    6. The Western Mass EDC Congratulates the City of Holyoke

      In the wake of yesterday’s official announcement by Governor Deval Patrick, the EDC applauds the City of Holyoke and the economic development team responsible for successfully negotiating the decision to develop a new $80-$100-million high performance computer center there. EDC President and CEO A
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    7. Community colleges tackle tech education with federal help

      Community colleges tackle tech education with federal help
      Rapidly evolving technology, low minority and female participation, youth apathy, and the gulf between an associate’s degree and a bachelor’s are straining science, technology, engineering and math education at the community college level. Rather than buckle under, local community colleges are using funds from the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health to find new ways to solve their problems.
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