Global Solid-State Lighting Market 2019: Robust Players Dialight, Everlight Electronics, Emerson Electric, GE Electric

Global Solid-State Lighting Market Analysis recently released by Market Research Explore to offer better insights into market competition, segments, leading players, and growth momentum. The Global Solid-State Lighting Market research report is initiated with a core object of helping clients, market players, and investors in gaining comprehensive acumen of the global Solid-State Lighting industry. Market size, share, value, product cost, demand, sales volume, revenue, and growth are some of the most considerable factors of the market that have been heavily emphasized in the report. Additionally, it enfolds delineation of market dynamics, growth driving forces, and restraints. The global Solid-State Lighting market has been performing at a healthy business speed and is likely to acquire a substantial market size by 2024. The market has been growing steadily over the last decade at a considerable CAGR, and thus, is anticipated to influence the international economic structure and trade operations simultaneously. The market is being driven by technological advancements, rapidly growing demand for the Solid-State Lighting , escalating disposable incomes, and rising purchasing power....

MBI’s Worcester expansion should get more biotech startups off the ground

Due to our new system upgrade, we are requesting all existing users to update their password. Create a new password Inside dozens of closet-sized laboratories in three different Worcester buildings is a goldmine of biotechnology brainpower and promising research just waiting for the right opportunity to explode onto the marketplace. By the end of the year, that space will more than double and allow for companies to grow with Worcester biotech incubator Massachusetts Biomedical Initiatives. The new space is the former Cogmedix facility at 17 Briden St. in Worcester. MBI, currently in two facilities at Gateway Park and another on Barber Avenue totaling about 16,000 square feet, will move into 20,000 square feet of space on Briden Street by the end of the year. An additional 18 labs for early stage startup companies will be added, but MBI is hoping to expand its business model by adding suites of 1,000 square feet for companies not quite ready for the private real estate marketplace. “This will give us an opportunity to keep these companies in the nest a little bit longer, help them grow sustainably and go from there,” said Jon Weaver, president and CEO of MBI. The incubator’s gro...