As a sales representative for artificial knee joints, Robert Turbett spent more than 20 years observing operations. He couldn’t help noticing the lengthy and cumbersome preparations surgical staff made unwrapping trays of sterilized instruments. The procedure could involve three people ...Read More »
Bergmann Associates is getting smaller — in name anyway. The company has been re-branded simply as Bergmann and adopted a new slogan: “National Firm. Strong Local Connections.” The re-branding is part of a new identity that president and CEO Pete Giovenco ...Read More »
MC Management of Rochester announces that the firm will now manage the downtown Rochester Riverside Hotel, formerly the Radisson Hotel Rochester Riverside. MC Management also operates the Strathallan Hotel and Spa and the Hyatt Regency Rochester. In addition to new ...Read More »
As the Greater Rochester International Airport begins the first phase of construction for its new terminal entrance canopy, motorists can expect a detour. A temporary road closure will be in effect beginning Oct. 23 for all lower-level, outer roadway traffic. ...
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Imagine Monroe, formerly the County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency, has approved assistance for two local economic development projects. The two projects include a $1.28 million addition by Gallina Development Corp. to a building it leases to Transcat Inc., and ...
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Refugees Helping Refugees will receive a nearly $200,000 grant to facilitate successful transition to life in the U.S. Rep. Louise Slaughter, D-Perinton, on Monday announced the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Refugee Resettlement grant that will help ...
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Two area manufacturers have been named finalists in the FuzeHub 2017 Commercialization Competition. Zero Valent NanoMetals Inc. in Rochester and VerdimiNe LLC in Geneseo will compete against 15 other companies at the two-day Jeff Lawrence manufacturing Innovation Fund in Albany ...Read More »
A new device that’s under development helps kids who find standing to be a challenge explore their world on wheels—and upright. Called a “motorized pediatric stander kit,” the device is the brainchild of Dr. Steven Day, who heads the Biomedical Engineering ...Read More »
When David Borkholder closes his eyes and dreams big, he envisions a time when a vast array of health-related information is collected, measured and analyzed simply because someone sat on their home toilet. Borkholder, professor of microsystems engineering at Rochester ...Read More »
Rochester may be known as a leader in imaging and optical science, but a lot of people don’t know about its active presence in medical clinical research by standalone facilities and area hospitals. Dr. Scott Feitell, a cardiologist and director ...Read More »
When Marla Pelletier found herself struggling to maintain her yoga practice, she was inspired to leave her desk job and turn her passion into a career. After receiving her yoga teacher certification in India, Pelletier came back to the U.S. ...Read More »
If you look around Rochester, it is not hard to find signs of Chuck Cerankosky’s influence. In the last decade he has helped to bring new dining experiences to the area, all filtered through a specific lens and his first ...Read More »
Amazon has sent shock waves through the food industry by acquiring Whole Foods. Uber has launched to-go orders through Uber Eats. And the Boise-based grocer Albertsons Companies on Sept. 21 announced it has acquired Plated, a New York-based meal kit ...Read More »