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Genomics-testing company Sema4 this morning opened its second clinical laboratory in Connecticut. The newly built 70,000-square-foot facility in Stamford – first announced in July 2019 –...
Fairfield County's coronavirus-related death toll has reached 101, Gov. Ned Lamont announced today, though he said he was trying to draw some solace from the fact that an anticipated major spike in cases has, so far, not arrived.
Gov. Ned Lamont said the state's lack of ventilators remains a matter of growing concern, as Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator, said yesterday that Connecticut could be one of the nation’s next hot spots. “Southern Connecticut is (already) one of those hot spots, and has been for some time,” the governor said.
"Our state has great opportunities for young people and we need to make every effort to keep them here," says Gov. Ned Lamont.
“One of the keys (for Stamford and Norwalk) is the train stations,” says BLT Co-president Ted Ferrarone. “That just helps create the kinds of synergies that employers, employees and residents are all looking for right now.”
The 70,000-square-foot facility at 62 Southfield Ave. is scheduled to open next summer and will add about 300 employees to Sema4’s staff.
Sema4 is previewing the new offerings at the American Society for Clinical Oncology 2019 Annual Meeting.
The biggest surprise during Martin's state-of-the-city address was the announcement that the Atlantic Street underpass will be closed for eight months while the state replaces the Interstate 95 bridge.
The health information technology company will receive a $6 million loan from the state that will be used for the purchase of machinery and equipment, capital improvements, and the creation of 408 jobs.
The Connecticut Business and Industry Association’s Connecticut Bioscience Growth Council is lobbying for legislation that's more friendly to venture capitalists.
Coffin, who holds a Ph.D. in computational chemistry from the University of Arkansas, was previously CEO of Source Medical Solutions Inc.