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

By: MadgeTech Marketing Team

The state of Wyoming is becoming more lenient when it comes to the laws local food producers must adhere by. The Food Freedom Act passed in 2015 has recently been expanded to make it easier for locals to sell their homemade products directly to consumers, a piece of legislation that many states have started to adopt.

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Posted in: News, Blog Posts, Food, Meat and Poultry, Dairy, Seafood, Eggs & Incubation,

By: MadgeTech Marketing Team

This Earth Day, how would you like to "adopt" the planet? It's not a joke, NASA has actually sectioned off 64,000 individual sections of Earth to be virtually adopted by supporters as part of the "Adopt the Planet" awareness campaign.

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Posted in: News, Blog Posts, Environmental,

By: MadgeTech Marketing Team

We have all been waiting on the return of spring, but as the temperatures begin to warm and the snow starts melting, the quality of the air we breathe only gets worse. Researchers from McGill University in Montreal say the seasonal transition has us breathing in a "toxic cocktail" caused from car emissions over the winter.

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