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No. 404: Chembio’s Brazilian breakthrough, fertile ground in Commack and a West Coast cameo – plus, scampi for all!

  Weekend Avenger: Welcome to Friday, dear readers, and now that the “Endgame” spoiler ban is officially lifted, welcome back to everyone previously dusted by the Thanos Snap. You’ve survived both a universal genocide and another busy workweek – well done on both counts. Mother of all days: It’s May 10 out there, and to our readers in El Salvador, Guatemala and Mexico, a very happy Mother’s Day. Our Mother’s Day is Sunday. You still…


No. 403: On Truman, workforce development and Adelphi diversity – plus, casting a new Spellman

  Fair to middling: A pleasant Wednesday to you, dear readers, as we reach the midpoint of our latest busy workweek. Before we dive in, welcome new newsletter subscribers Donna, Sammy, Eric, Pearlene, Luke, Shaun, Hamlet, Catherine, Andre and Marshall. If any of you had the house of Zhao beating the house of Zhi (ending the Battle of Jinyang in the State of Jin on this date in 453 B.C.), collect your 100 bronze Yibi…


Suffolk IDA steps up as Spellman expands global HQ

By GREGORY ZELLER // An expanded global headquarters and as many as 10 new hires are in the cards for the Spellman High Voltage Electric Corp., which has received an economics-incentives package from the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency. The IDA on May 2 granted the company some $652,000 in combined tax breaks, primarily through a 10-year reduction in property taxes, to facilitate the modernization of Spellman’s existing headquarters facility on Wireless Boulevard in Hauppauge….


Debrief: For STEM warrior Havasy, it’s personal

Don’t get Ray Ann Havasy started about STEM. Actually, please do – the founder and director of the Center for Science Teaching and Learning is more than happy to dish on the benefits of STEM education (for science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and the importance of engaging young minds way before high school. That’s one of the two main components of the Rockville Centre-based CSTL, which launched in 2000 first as a continuing-education effort for…


LI duo takes top spot in Spellman clean-tech contest

By GREGORY ZELLER // A Long Island team has taken top honors in a global clean-tech competition for forward-thinking high schoolers. Featuring teams from across the United States and as far afield as Peru, Ireland, Australia and Singapore, the 2018 Spellman HV Electronics Clean Tech Competition was designed to promote STEM concepts (for science, technology, engineering and mathematics) while challenging participants to tackle real-world environmental challenges. The seventh-annual international brain-a-thon, sponsored by Hauppauge-based Spellman High…