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Technology

Sep 21, 2022

Tetramer awarded $1M to develop garments to protect against chemical agents

An advanced materials company in Pendleton has been awarded $1.15 million to develop materials to protect soldiers from chemical warfare agents.

Jul 25, 2022

Prisma aids local employee, receives new gear in thanks

When a local 32-year-old merchandising coordinator suffered a hemorrhagic stroke last August, Prisma Health's West End Co-op saved his life and later, his job.

Jul 25, 2022

Losses surge as cyberattacks continue to target SC business

Few aside from the FBI and the victims involved realize that South Carolina businesses lost $21 million last year through ransom attacks and other cybersecurity breaches. Susan Ferensic, special agent in charge of the FBI Columbia Field

Jun 23, 2022

Greenville data center expands

DartPoints will add more than 17,000 square feet to its Greenville data center, including a power room and electrical service entrance area. The data center also will update electrical systems, including switchgears, generators and

Jun 17, 2022

F-16 backorder rises to 136 with order

One ongoing Lockheed customer has added eight F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft to the backorder of 128 planes to be made at Lockheed Martin's Greenville manufacturing and sustainment facility.

Jun 1, 2022

Researchers working to make self-repairing hydrogen hose market ready

A self-repairing hose developed by researchers at Clemson University could advance use of hydrogen fuel. A more durable hose for pumping hydrogen could help lower the cost of a sustainable fuel

May 11, 2022

Upstate data center finds home in Myrtle Beach

The company first tested the Palmetto State's waters in Greenville. Now it's building an additional data hall in the Upstate and a new facility near the coast to serve as a landing point for subsea optical communication cables

May 9, 2022

Life science app Rad Lab offers in-game, real life incentives

The free game allows students to try a number of jobs on for size and level up through a variety of challenges such as testing new medicines, obtaining Food and Drug Administration approval and making

May 3, 2022

Simpsonville startup gains $10M in seed funding

An $10 million funding round will help a Simpsonville biotech company advance the development of a therapy that it says can make damaged tissue

Apr 29, 2022

New design spurs on innovation at Magna plant

With a shift to narrow aisle design in its new manufacturing facility, Magna Mirrors will be able fit 2,700 storage racks where there once 1,200. The set up will help prepare the auto supplier for a new contract with Volvo and for

Apr 15, 2022

Automation equipment manufacturer expands

One legacy Anderson County manufacturer that supports the regional aerospace and automotive industry will invest $6 million in a 82,000-square-foot facilitate to accommodate growth for increasing demand. The expansion will create

Apr 14, 2022

Tech company opens office at Fluor Field

In a big week for a Greenville administration and tech firm, the company made a foray into new markets with the acquisition of an insurance company and opened the doors to its new headquarters in