New high-tech gadgets acquired by state universities could boost Idaho's fledgling nanotechnology industry by attracting big brains and someday spawning spin-off companies.
Boise State University is starting to work with a $610,000 super-fast burst, high-intensity laser aimed at testing and developing Nanomaterials, while at the University of Idaho, researchers are assembling a $710,000 advanced spectrometer that ...
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Expanding Medicaid in Idaho could benefit Idaho more than almost any other state. That’s because the way Idaho now handles catastrophic medical costs places the burden squarely on the state taxpayer. The Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry, which includes hospitals, St. Luke’s Health System and Saint Alphonsus Health System, favors expansion. IACI has asked [...]
Have you ever opened an e-newsletter, looked at the graphics without reading any of the text, and closed it a few seconds later? You’re not alone. The average time a person spends on an e-newsletter is less than a minute, and the typical open rate is only about 25 percent. While you cannot control how [...]