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Real Time Medical Systems secures $20M in Series C funding

Real Time Medical Systems, of Linthicum, has announced the closing of $20 million in Series C round funding led by BASE Capital and SunBridge...

Howard County COVID-19 transmission reaches substantial level

The latest data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) show that the COVID-19 community transmission in Howard County has reached the...

Howard County first Maryland jurisdiction with 80 percent of eligible residents fully vaccinated

Howard County announced that 80 percent of eligible Howard County residents are fully vaccinated according to the Maryland Department of Health (MDH), becoming the first county...

National Nurses United applauds Centers for Disease Control for recommending a partial return to...

National Nurses United (NNU), the largest union of registered nurses in the United States, applauded new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance stating...

Annapolis city council passes historic Medicare for All resolution  

The City Council of Annapolis passed the first resolution in Maryland State Capitol’s history in support of Federal Bill H.R. 1976 - The Medicare...

Brain-computer interface enables Hopkins study participant to touch, feel holographic objects

As part of a larger study exploring neural multiplexing and new modes of perception enabled by brain-computer interface (BCI), Johns Hopkins researchers have demonstrated...

Health Tech Alley receives Federal EDA Sprint challenge grant

Health Tech Alley, a non-profit organization and MD Innovation Center (MIC) resident company has received a Sprint Challenge Grant from the U.S Economic Development...

Howard County to offer COVID-19 vaccines at Merriweather concerts

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball announced COVID-19 vaccinations will be available to Merriweather concert attendees this season. The effort is a partnership between the...

Howard County first, Anne Arundel County fourth in U.S. News’ Top 500

The fourth annual project from U.S. News & World Report assessed nearly 3,000 communities nationwide across dozens of metrics, exploring the critical role location plays...

Ambu supports FDA’s recommendations on the use of single-use bronchoscopes

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has updated a safety communication on reprocessed flexible bronchoscopes that is supported by Columbia-based Ambu. The FDA recommends that health care...

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