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Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory, Amazon partner to accelerate access to high-res brain mapping...

Five years ago, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), in North Laurel, created the Brain Observatory Storage Service & Database...

TEDCO awards 45 grants to Maryland businesses hit hardest by the pandemic

Maryland’s economic engine for technology companies, announced its Rural and Underserved Business Recovery from Impact of COVID-19 (RUBRIC) program has awarded grants to 45...

APL among Computerworld’s Top 10 ‘best places to work’

The Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), in Laurel, is one of Insider Pro and Computerworld’s top 10 “Best Places to Work in IT.”  Making the list of the...

Columbia’s GCOM’s acquires Qlarion

GCOM a Columbia-based provider of cutting-edge technology solutions, announced the acquisition of Qlarion, a data analytics and business intelligence firm. The partnership will give state and...

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...

Dentsu Group strengthens Merkle’s capabilities with LiveArea acquisition

Dentsu Group has entered an agreement to acquire LiveArea, a global customer experience and commerce agency. LiveArea will join Columbia-based Merkle, a technology-enabled, data-driven...

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...

Merkle launches Creative Performance Playbook

Merkle, a Columbia-based technology-enabled, data-driven customer experience management (CXM) company, has released The New Rules of Creative Performance playbook, exploring creative performance in the age of...

Microsoft acquires ReFirm Labs in Fulton

Microsoft has acquired ReFirm Labs, of Fulton. The move was to help Microsoft protect its firmware, which is where sensitive information like credentials and...

Huntress raises $40M to expand cybersecurity

Huntress, of Ellicott City, announced a $40 million Series B investment round led by JMI Equity. The funding will enable Huntress to continue expanding its...

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