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No. 309: Gandalf grays, Northwell walks, Islip eyes the CFA and why they’re lining up to fund Envisagenics

Oh, you SO earned it: Congratulations, dear reader – you’ve completed another busy week in socioeconomic innovation, and not just any week, but the week leading up to a long holiday weekend and the unofficial start of summer. Well done. It’s May 25 out there, and still shaking from last night’s premier of “Solo: A Star Wars Story” (really good, not great), we’d like to wish you a very happy Geek Pride Day. Doppler on…


No. 303: On Audrey, yummy food photos, NYIT’s Long Island ambitions and May 4 in a galaxy far, far away

That’s a wrap: Welcome to Friday, dear readers, and the end of another busy week for the Long Island innovation economy. It’s May 4 – Memorial Day in Curaçao, Greenery Day in Japan and, here in the States, the 238th anniversary of the American Academy of Arts & Science, founded in Boston on this date in 1780. Charter members included John Adams, Samuel Adams, Samuel Phillips, Phillips Payson, Samuel Williams, Abraham Williams and several men…


Impressed Northwell expands use of breast ‘reflectors’

By GREGORY ZELLER // Northwell Health has gone all-in on leading-edge technology designed to pinpoint tumors and effect better physiological and cosmetic results for breast cancer patients. On Tuesday, the last day of the National Breast Cancer Foundation’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the New Hyde Park-based health system announced that it’s now offering state-of-the-art breast-biopsies, lumpectomies and other breast-related procedures at more than a dozen regional hospitals and outpatient facilities featuring the new technology, called…