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Anne Wallace Allen is the editor of the Idaho Business Review.

Project tests turning Meridian treatment plant waste into power (access required)

To create partnerships between researchers and businesses, the Idaho National Laboratory and its research partners look for problems needing solutions. They recently found one at the Meridian water treatment plant, where officials want to find a way to capture some ...

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Law school application rise may not result in more lawyers (access required)

Applications to Idaho’s only law school rose 18 percent in 2010, a far greater increase than the national average. Students submitted 859 completed applications to the University of Idaho’s College of Law, Dean Don Burnett said, compared to last year’s ...

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New INL manager to focus on nuclear energy research (access required)

Rick Provencher assumes management of the Idaho National Laboratory as nuclear energy appears poised to enter a period of development in the United States. The nuclear industry has been re-energized by support from the White House and from some movement ...

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Engineering, computer science graduates find employment in Idaho (access required)

New Boise State University engineering graduate Hector Ocampo made a conscious decision to steer clear of the high-tech jobs that are open to electrical engineering and computing graduates like him in Idaho. Instead Ocampo, who has years of experience in ...

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Santa Fe firm touts compact nuclear reactor (access required)

The Eagle company that is seeking to build a nuclear power plant in Payette County has no plans to use a compact nuclear reactor for power generation there, but might use the new technology later in other locations, a spokesman ...

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CWI students win BPA leadership conference awards

The College of Western Idaho‘s first trip to the Business Professionals of America National Leadership Conference was a success, with students placing in the top ten in seven of 51 competitive events. The team of business management, administration and information ...

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