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CCTC Member McLane IFCB in study to protect aquaculture from Rust Tides

April 24, 2019(Falmouth, MA) – McLane Research Laboratories, Inc. announces that its Imaging FlowCytobot (IFCB) is part of a NOAA Fisheries Saltonstall-Kennedy funded program to study rust tides of Cochlodinium polykrikoides and protect aquaculture from its impacts. This project will allow researchers to build upon IFCB’s proven capability as a Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) monitoring […]

CCTC Letter to US Rep. Richard Neal in support of canal bridge replacement

April 8, 2019 The Honorable Richard E. NealChairman, House Ways and Means CommitteeUnited States House of Representatives2309 Rayburn House Office Building45 Independence Avenue, SWWashington, D.C. 20525 Dear Congressman Neal, I am writing on behalf of the Cape Cod Technology Council, Inc. (“CCTC”) to support the efforts of the Coalition for the Fix obtain federal funding […]

CCTC supports Future Cape Cod’s broadband funding efforts

The Cape Cod Technology Council, Inc. (“CCTC”) supports the efforts of the Future Cape Cod Coalition to encourage Cape Cod’s towns to direct revenue received from the short-term rental tax to establish infrastructure banks for long-term community investment, including for broadband deployment. It is important to note that funds that will be set aside under […]

MassTech Intern Partnership program provides stipends to technology companies

Supported by the Baker-Polito Administration and the Massachusetts Legislature, the MassTech Intern Partnership (MTIP) program provides stipends to digital technology companies that are starting and scaling-up across Massachusetts to directly support internships for Massachusetts college and graduate students. The program enables eligible companies to hire eligible interns, helping drive innovation and keeping our tech sector dynamic, vibrant, and growing […]

March Infrastructure: FutureCapeCod Infrastructure Funding thru the Short Term Rental Tax

At its March meeting, Andrew Gottlieb briefed the Infrastructure Committee on a proposal promoted by Future Cape Cod, a coalition of Housing Assistance Corporation, Association to Preserve Cape Cod, Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, and Cape Cod & Islands Association of RealtorsⓇ. Future Cape Cod is asking towns to direct at least 50% of the […]

April is EarthTech Month!

In honor of Earth Day, the Cape Cod Technology Council is presenting a month of Earth-friendly events, beginning with our April First Friday – Become a Better Recycler, and culminating one month later with our EarthTech Expo on May 4. April 5—First Friday: Become a Better Recycler April 9—HBRACC & MassSave present Zero Net Energy […]

OpenCape Renews Sponsorship of Cape Cod Technology Council’s First Friday Series

CEO Steve Johnston also to speak at CCTC’ s Annual Meeting Barnstable, MA, March 7 – OpenCape, the Barnstable-based nonprofit organization that owns and operates Cape Cod’s 100% fiber optic network has reaffirmed its support of the Cape Cod Technology’s Council signature public-facing event, the First Friday Breakfast Series. These monthly networking presentations, customarily held […]

February Infrastructure: Cape Cod RTA

Tom Cahir, Administrator for the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority, presented at the CCTC Infrastructure Committee’s February meeting. He reported that the CCRTA is constantly pushing the technology envelope, with people on staff who help them stay up with industry trends. Recently, Tom was appointed by Governor Baker to a task force of 16-18 members, […]

STEM at WORK: STEM Network launches new Internships and Jobs page

CCTC Member Cape Cod Regional STEM Network is proud to announce the addition of a new Internships and Jobs Page to their website. The page lists STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) internships and job opportunities for high school students, college students, and professionals in the Cape Cod region and functions as a place to […]

January Infrastructure: Vineyard Wind, Cape Light Compact, sharks & the bridges

It was reported to the Infrastructure Committee at its January meeting that the comment period for the Vineyard Wind proposal may be extended due to the government shutdown. Vineyard Wind, which has proposed the largest wind farm in the U.S. off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard, presented their plan to the Infrastructure Committee last spring. […]

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