Port says Hayden Island price too high

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The Port of Portland says the environmental conditions suggested for its West Hayden Island annexation make the marine trade terminals financially undevelopable.

 

Lake Oswego company releases iPhone microscope

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A Lake Oswego company released the first professional microscope for iPhones and iPads, called the ProScope Micro Mobile.

 

Neil Kelly acquires solar company

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Neil Kelly acquired a Portland solar energy installation firm.

 

Oregon college savings board lifts barrier

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Oregon's college savings board decided to allow investors to set up accounts in both plans for the benefit of one person.

 

Seniors keep Medford airport afloat

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Rogue Valley-Medford International Airport's sustained passenger traffic rebound can be attributed to the elderly.

 

Portland startup Meridian sold

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Portland mapping startup Meridian was sold to Silicon Valley-based Aruba Networks.

 

Oregon scientists make stem cells from cloned human embryos

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Thursday, May 16, 2013

OHSU researchers produced embryonic stem cells from a cloned human embryo.

 
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