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Jul 13

COVID-19 testing takes to the streets

A Conshohocken event production company is pivoting, launching an off-shoot dedicated to manufacturing (in PA!) mobile testing trucks. These versatile vehicles will hopefully have a life long after the pandemic, providing vaccines and other targeted relief to communities in crisis.

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May 27

Gear up with these #MadeInPA masks

Welcome to the new fashion frontier. Buy a #MadeinPA face mask to protect yourself and the people around you, while also supporting a local business. An added bonus: Many of these makers are also contributing masks or dollars to worthy causes in their communities.

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Apr 13

A grassroots movement in Berks County gets critical gear to workers

A group of concerned citizens got together to figure out how they could help protect essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic and The Berks PPE Resource Network was born. Now universities, hobbyists, nonprofits, businesses, and arts organizations are working round the clock, using technology to 3D-print face shields. Find out how you can help.

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Nov 11

Pennsylvania's startup winners

As many as 75 percent of venture-backed startups fail; the failure rate of all U.S. companies after five years is over 50 percent. We take a closer look at three Commonwealth companies that have overcome the odds, making the transition from great idea to thriving company.

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Sep 17

Q&A: New Science Center President and CEO Stephen Zarrilli

There's a new head honcho at this West Philadelphia institution. Keystone Edge chatted with him about his varied resume, his greatest successes and failures, the best ways to foster innovation, and how he plans to bridge the gap between the local community and the Science Center.

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Jul 9

This PA startup gets results for patients

The founder of Group K Diagnostics discovered that two-thirds of clinical decisions are based on lab results, yet a staggering 77 percent of abnormal results are never communicated to patients and seven percent are never even read by a healthcare provider. She set out to solve that problem.

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