by Martha Farmer, President & CEO of North Shore InnoVentures When people think of innovation in the Boston metro area, their minds naturally gravitate toward Cambridge. But a Livability.com survey just placed Beverly alongside Cambridge
Interview with Maks – Graduate, Gloucester Biotechnology Academy, Class of 2017 by Jennifer Parkos, Development Director at GMGI; article is from October 2017 Newsletter Maks, a Gloucester resident and GHS Class of 2016 alumni, is bright
Member Spotlight Ten to twenty percent of breast cancers are classified as triple-negative – the tumor doesn’t have an estrogen, progesterone or HER2 receptor, all necessary for receptor-targeted treatments. Depending upon the stage of the
NSIV member company, Genomic Expression placed in the top 5 in a competition for the best 1-min company pitch video at the MedTech Global Innovator competition. You can watch their award-winning video here.
“Incubator space to grow success” is the headline of today’s Beverly Citizen front page story on North Shore InnoVentures. The article explains how the incubator serves the needs of biotech and cleantech startups with fully
There’s a great VentureFizz story on how the North Shore is becoming a tech hub. The recent blog features Beverly’s North Shore InnoVentures, an incubator for biotech and cleantech startups, as one example as well as
BEV-CAM, the local access cable station for Beverly, MA recently aired an interview with NSIV President and CEO, Martha Farmer and Director of Mentoring, Trish Fleming. BEV-CAM Executive Director and program host, Walt Kosmowski, led
October 2017 – First Edition Find out more about: Our summer adventure – NSIV relocates to Suite 451C New member – Prospective Research Lab Manager – Irene Zimmer Siris Medical – Making news Read the
We are so proud to report that NSIV’s VP and COO, Tom Kinneman placed 5th in the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Rotterdam held on September 17 with a time of 02:28:12 while competing against
Siris Medical Inc., a member of North Shore InnoVentures, announced that it has raised $4.0 million in Series A1 financing. Founded with the vision of leveraging data analytics to improve treatment delivery and outcomes for
Prospective Research was founded with a vision to develop novel, lifesaving antibiotics. Founders Adam Hill (CEO), Jake Cotter (COO) and Dakota Hamill (CSO) are using Life Science Consortium of the North Shore facilities at Endicott College
North Shore InnoVentures Expands Capabilities for Incubating Life Science and Cleantech Companies Incubator to Celebrate its Opening with a Ribbon Cutting of New Office and Lab Space in Beverly Beverly, MA, July 27, 2017 – North
Massachusetts Life Sciences Center has announced its first round of Massachusetts Ramp Up Grants to seven life sciences companies. NSIV is pleased to share the news that member company, Lariat Biosciences, is one of the
NSIV member, New England Hydropower, has a lot to celebrate. The official ribbon cutting was held May 24, 2017 for its first in the U.S. hydroelectric project using the ancient technology of an Archimedes screw.
We have an entrance! Here’s the new door into 451C, the main entrance to NSIV’s new space. Preparations for relocating our offices/labs around the corner and down the hall next month are well underway.
Great story on the success of North Shore InnoVentures member New England Hydropower Company. Their perseverance is paying off and bringing green energy to the City of Meriden, CT. Read the full press release here.
It was time to get to work on the new NSIV labs and offices. Joining the construction crew were Michael Wheeler of Beverly Bank, Justin D’Aveta from Cummings Properties, and Tom Kinneman and Martha Farmer
Justin D’Aveta (Cummings Property), Martha Farmer (North Shore InnoVentures) and Mike Wheeler (Beverly Bank) are planning out their day in the NSIV expansion space. What could be better than three local institutions working together to bring entrepreneurs
North Shore InnoVentures was proud to hear about Arctic Sand’s recently announced acquisition by Peregrine Semiconductor, a subsidiary of Japanese Murata Manufacturing Company. Arctic Sand, a 2012 NSIV graduate located in Burlington, MA, has developed
A 2016 North Shore InnoVentures graduate, seqWell is located in Beverly, MA and is the featured subject in Keith Robison’s current blog post, Omics Omics. The story highlights seqWell’s plexWell technology, estimated to reduce the cost
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