Md. drug-pricing measures misguided


  State legislation that is intended to impose onerous reporting requirements on drug and therapeutic manufacturers is misguided and potentially harmful to patient access and the biotechnology industry in the state. There are a handful of states, including Maryland, reviewing ...

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Johns Hopkins to host HopHacks this weekend

More than 300 graduate and undergraduate students nationwide have registered to take part in HopHacks, a marathon 36-hour session beginning Friday that will challenge students to realize their best software and hardware ideas and compete for cash and other sponsored ...

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UM Ventures, startup SurgiGyn sign tech licensing deal

University of Maryland Ventures and University of Maryland, Baltimore startup company SurgiGyn Inc., a developer of minimally invasive surgical devices, announced Wednesday that the company has executed an exclusive licensing arrangement for the rights to innovative laparoscopic surgical device technology developed at UMB. ...

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Md. technology councils announce merger

Amid a superheated competition among states to develop thriving technology industries, the two dominant tech councils in Maryland are merging. The Maryland Technology Council hopes to build on the bio-health strength of the Technology Council of Maryland and the cybersecurity ...

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Md. IT developer wins 2017 Gold AVA Digital Award

NextLOGiK, an information technology and development company, received a Gold AVA Digital Award in the nonprofit website category for developing the Howard County Arts Council’s new website. AVA Digital Awards is an international competition that recognizes outstanding work by creative ...

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