Roux Institute picks 5 startups for residency program

Five startups in high-growth technology fields will soon take up residency at Northeastern University’s Roux Institute in Portland or elsewhere in the state to build their ventures from scratch.

Out of 57 applications submitted, five companies from four states have been selected to participate in the 2022 Founder Residency run by the Portland institute, according to an announcement on Monday. The institute was launched in 2020 to transform Maine’s largest city into a regional innovation hub focused on technology and life sciences. Read more

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