Monthly Archives - January 2017

Daktari Achieves Milestone in Its Merck HCV Collaboration

Daktari Diagnostics, a company focused on making “Anywhere. Care.™” a reality with its portable and ultrasensitive immunoassay-based CarePlatform™, today announced that it has reached a milestone in its global collaboration with Merck, known as MSD outside the United States and Canada, for the development of Daktari’s rapid point-of-care (POC) hepatitis C virus (HCV) core antigen confirmatory test system. Read more >>

CivicPlus Enhances its Emergency and Mass Notification Solution through Partnership with Notification Technology Leader Regroup

CivicPlus, one of the nation’s leaders in integrated technology solutions for local government, has announced that it will be enhancing its CivicReady emergency and mass notification solution through a partnership with Regroup Mass Notification, the award-winning leader in mass notification technology. Read more >>

A NEW HOPE: Gifts of charity bind professor, student

Ben Barnett, right, rode a bike across America in 2016 on a Journey of Hope. Later that year, he spearheaded a 24-hour bike ride to raise funds to replace an eSight reader for professor Joey Arnold, who’d lost his in a devastating house fire. When Barnett’s beloved bike was stolen, Arnold and his family returned the gift, raising funds to purchase a new bike. Today, the pair shares a bond of charity and hope. Read more >>

Regroup Mass Notification and The Lake Forest Group to Present Live Webinar on Campus Security Best Practices

Regroup Mass Notification, the award-winning leader in emergency and day-to-day mass communication technology, today announced that it is joining forces with The Lake Forest Group — a full-service strategic security consulting and a trusted name in both private and public sectors — to present a live webinar on best practices in campus security. Read more >>

Community continues to help attain vision-restoring technology

Williams County and northwest Ohio came together last winter to help legally blind man Ben Murray of Melbern raise funds for a vision-restoring technology called eSight and the community has not stopped giving since.
This year, the area learned of two legally blind young people whose families hoped to purchase the pricey and not-covered eSight as well: Brady Hohl of Wauseon, 9, and Kasandra Romero, 15, of Montpelier. Read more >>