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As the temperatures start to warm up, so are those grills. With the summer barbeque season right around the corner there's good news for carnivores, prices are dropping on some grilling staples. Throw some more burgers and steaks on the barbie, because for the first time in years beef will be as affordable as chicken and pork.

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Posted in: News, Blog Posts, Food, Meat and Poultry, HAACP,

By: MadgeTech Marketing Team

Norway has become a country of "firsts" in the world of transportation, implementing measures such as banning gas-powered cars and boycotting cars from entering the capital's city center. Now, the nation has its sights set on the sea with a multi-million dollar plan that would help ships avoid the treacherous stretch of Norway's coastline.

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Posted in: News, Blog Posts, Building / Structural, Europe,

By: MadgeTech Marketing Team

Researchers at Boston University School of Medicine are using bacteria to improve vaccines, and it may have exceed expectations. They believe a protein found in deadly meningitis bacteria can not only boost the effectiveness of vaccines, but it could also help fight off other diseases.

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Posted in: News, Blog Posts, Medical, Pharmaceutical, Vaccine Monitoring,

By: MadgeTech Marketing Team

Boston here we come! MadgeTech is making the quick trip to neighboring Massachusetts for the 3rd Annual New England Cannabis Convention this weekend, April 22nd and 23rd at the Hynes Convention Center. MadgeTech will be showcasing its line of data loggers designed specifically for cannabis cultivators to the more than 10,000 expected attendees.

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Posted in: News, Blog Posts, Medical, Cloud, Agriculture, Cannabis Cultivation,

By: MadgeTech Marketing Team

Diabetes is a disease that impacts more than 29 million people around the world. With above normal glucose levels and the body's inability to effectively distribute insulin, many diabetics have to frequently prick their finger to check their blood glucose levels. That painful task could soon be a thing of the past as scientists work on a noninvasive solution that involves just the blink of an eye.

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