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TECH: In-Home Use Adds Convenience and Consistency to Monitoring
Eclipse Breast Health Technologies Inc. plans to apply new technology to the fight against breast cancer.
TRANSIT: N.Y. System to Pinpoint Times, Notify Riders
Cubic Corp., which provides electronics for mass transit systems around the world, will soon help answer the question on New Yorkers’ lips: When in the world is the bus going to arrive?
HEALTH: Alliance Is Formed With Large Medical Records Firm
San Diego’s Pathway Genomics has been ramping up its presence in the field of personalized genomics, as evidenced by its most recent collaboration with Practice Fusion Inc., a San Francisco-based electronic health record developer.
The 700-unit Red Lobster restaurant chain completes the remodeling of two local outlets, one at 3780 Sports Arena Blvd. and another at 8330 Mira Mesa Blvd. The two restaurants have been a fixture for the past 25 years, and are getting a renovation, according to a spokesperson.
TECH: Company Grows Its Software And Hardware Business
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc. sees a market in making satellite communications better — particularly when others are trying to jam or disrupt their signals.
TECH: Software Can Dig Through and Decipher Information
Software writer ai-one Inc. doesn’t just promise code. The company promises to pull new perspectives and second opinions from seemingly inscrutable data.
SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment plans a June 1 opening for Aquatica San Diego, the Chula Vista water park that it purchased in late 2012 from Cedar Fair Entertainment Co.
The middle of March brought a flurry of announcements from Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc., which reported new products and contracts in the days leading up to the Satellite 2013 convention in Washington, D.C.
TECH: Qualcomm Aims To Customize the Retail Experience for Shoppers
Name a vertical market normally associated with Qualcomm Inc. Chances are you didn’t say retail.
BIOTECH: PUR Gets A Good Head Start With Histogen’s Technology
Before it became a leading hair-loss treatment, Rogaine was used to lower blood pressure. Scientists found, however, that in addition to controlling blood pressure, the drug made patients markedly hairier.
Datron World Communications, the Vista-based maker of military radios that has a side business making small surveillance drones, announced it has a new president and CEO: Kevin Kane.
Cricket Communications, a subsidiary of San Diego-based Leap Wireless International Inc., announced recently that its Muve Music service has reached 1.4 million subscribers, up from about 1.1 million at the end of 2012.
TECH: CEO Puts Education, Connections To Work in Software Firm
Every day, Cypher Genomics Inc. musters its resources to make sense of the human genome. Three of the company’s founders are life sciences luminaries in San Diego.
EDUCATION: Rady School’s Reputation Grows With Its Graduates’ Success
Companies such as Cypher Genomics (see related story) show that entrepreneurship is alive and well at UC San Diego’s Rady School of Management.
San Diego-based Sullivan Solar Power is installing an additional 784,000 watts of solar power on the UC San Diego campus, bringing the campus’s total solar power generation capacity to 3 million watts. The university estimates the new project will save an additional $2 million over the next 20 years