Alachua Local Business
Local business in Alachua, FL
Friday | via WRUF-AM Gainesville
After 21 years, September 30 was the last day to smoke cigarettes and cigars inside of Durty Nelly's Irish Pub. The bar officially banned smoking inside after two decades in business. Comment?
Thursday Oct 1 | via PR-inside.com
Banyan Biomarkers, Inc. is a medical technology company that focuses on research and development of in vitro diagnostic tests to detect traumatic brain injuries. The company offers pipeline products that include biomarkers for depression, hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy, neuro ICU monitoring, sub acute or chronic traumatic brain injury, and stroke. Comment?
Wednesday Sep 30 | via Palm Beach Post
With the smell of Formula 409 lingering in the air, you'd think hospitals would be one of the more antiseptic places on the planet. A woman claims in a new lawsuit she got MRSA at JFK Medical Center in Atlantis Sick people beget germs and germs like to hide in crevices - and there are lots of crevices at a hospital. Comment?
Tuesday Sep 29 | via GlobeNewswire
"Trigeminal nerve injuries can have a devastating impact on patient quality of life. Patients with trigeminal nerve injuries may suffer from pain, discomfort and loss of sensation in the mouth," says Erick DeVinney, AxoGen's Vice President of Clinical and Translational Sciences. Comment?
Monday Sep 28 | via WRUF-AM Gainesville
In 1995, a group of fifth-grade students worked with Miami artist Carlos Alves to design a mosaic and other artwork in the University of Florida's Sid Martin Biotechnology Incubator. of Alachua County Elementary students worked with Alves, who remembers the students being taken on a field trip to learn about biotechnology. Comment?
Friday Sep 25 | via AmericanBankingNews.com
Equities analysts expect RTI Surgical to announce earnings per share of $0.05 for the current fiscal quarter, according to Zacks . Two analysts have made estimates for RTI Surgical's earnings. Comment?
Monday Sep 21 | via GlobeNewswire
ALACHUA, Fla., Sept. 21, 2015 -- Construction industry representatives and education leaders are once again joining forces to close the skills gap at NCCER's third annual Construction Career Pathways Conference this November. Comment?
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