Congratulations to Composite Engineering Research Laboratory, on receiving the 2017 Small Business Innovator Award from the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority; during its annual meeting and dinner on November 15th. CERL is both a full service analytical laboratory, and a prototype manufacturing center targeting the broad spectrum of composite companies within Maine and New England. They focus on projects ranging from Wind and Hydrokinetics to Marine,…Details
New England Venture Summit Provides Startups Opportunity to Meet Investors Special discount: Use promo code “MRRAVIP” and receive an extra $100 off the current rates. Come meet, interact and network with more than 500 VCs, Corporate VCs, angel investors, investment bankers and CEOs of the hottest early stage and emerging growth companies at the prestigious New…Details
Brunswick Landing businesses Oxford Networks and STARC Systems collaborate on innovative IT modular suites Organizations that must meet stringent data security standards are increasingly seeking solutions to make their data and IT operations more secure, flexible, and private. Oxford Networks now offers such a solution, providing customized modular suites to customers of its Brunswick Data Center…Details
SaviLinx, InSphero Named Most Innovative Businesses of 2016 MRRA Honors pair of Brunswick Landing Companies at Annual Dinner The Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority (MRRA), the organization managing the transition of the former Naval Air Station Brunswick (NASB) from military to civilian use, recognized two Brunswick Landing companies for innovative business practices at the MRRA annual…Details
MRRA builds new maker and industrial space to meet demand We recently completed renovations on the Hangar 4 East industrial project, which adds nearly 20,000 SF of manufacturing space to TechPlace. Innovators now have access to five more industrial spaces in former Navy Building 250. The work spaces range from about 1,500 SF to nearly…Details
U.S. Senator Angus King’s visit to TechPlace was documented by Charles Crosby of The Cryer in this article published in the March edition of the paper.
The article can be found on the right-hand section of the front page.
Senator Angus King of Brunswick stopped by on Friday, Feb. 5th for a short tour of TechPlace. MRRA Executive Director Steve Levesque and TechPlace Administrator Kristine Schuman led the tour, which included several reporters. During the visit, Sen. King had a chance to meet several TechPlace companies and talk with their proprietors, including STARC Systems,…Details
A few days ago Eric Bleicken (Grifin LLC of TechPlace) picked up his patent from his attorney, Chris Caseiro, for an underwater vehicle propulsion and control concept. There is no propeller, diving planes or rudder. Rather, it has two counter rotating propulsor rings that circumvent the entire hull. Eric explains that most of the work…Details
MVP Aero Chooses Brunswick Landing for Aircraft Development Advanced Composites Will Make the MVP-2 the Most Advanced Amphibious Aircraft in the World SEBRING, Florida — MVP Aero announced this week at the U.S. Sport Aviation Expo it has selected Brunswick Landing as the development site for the new Model MVP-2 amphibious aircraft. The MVP-2 is…Details