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Biz ‘Bite:’ Lease End expands into Twin Falls (access required)

Burley-based Lease End has announced the opening of its second location, in Twin Falls, which “will enable the company to expand its business, meet growth goals and position Idaho as a tech hub center.” The office is located at the ...

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Idaho nuclear lab gets $150M to upgrade infrastructure (access required)

The Idaho National Laboratory in the eastern part of the state will receive $150 million for infrastructure improvements to boost nuclear research and development, the U.S. Department of Energy announced Tuesday. The department said the money is part of President ...

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Idaho’s broadband infrastructure is lacking (access required)

As school board members, we are invested in preparing students to enter the world and believe their success is not only critical for them, but also for the health of our communities. We are lucky to have passionate and excellent ...

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Boise-based startup launches app aimed at nontraditional appointment booking  (access required)

Boise-based start-up tech company Ohana Technology recently soft-launched a new app called Ohana Schedule. The app allows users around the Boise area to search and book automotive repairs or maintenance at a time they choose, eliminating the need to call ...

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Tech stakeholders share current insights, a look ahead at the industry’s, and Idaho’s, future  (access required)

Quantum. Self-driving cars. Web3. Those technologies are what five panelists foresee as playing significant roles in Idaho’s future and beyond.   Five panelists — Vlad Dzhidzhiyeshvili, Jay Larsen, Mindy Ngo, Christopher Rowlison and Edward Vasko — shared their expertise and insights into ...

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First new cobalt mine in 40 years now open near Salmon (access required)

Long before electric vehicles (EV) were even on the horizon, an exploration venture called Formation Capital Corporation (FCC) in the 1990s began poking holes in the ground for cobalt, next door to the proposed Superfund site at the Blackbird Mine, ...

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Small business funding benefits Idaho research (access required)

Idaho National Laboratory researcher Richard Skifton and industry partner Analysis and Measurement Services Corporation (AMS) received a financial boost this spring to conduct testing on an advanced sensor system. The boost comes from the Department of Energy’s Small Business Innovation ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Idaho Technology Council to induct Appleton into Hall of Fame (access required)

Idaho Technology Council (ITC) has announced that Steve Appleton, known for transforming Idaho’s economy by helping Micron become a multinational world leader in semiconductors, is the 2022 inductee into the Hall of Fame. The Nov. 2 event, presented by Idaho ...

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Idaho lab unveils industrial-scale advanced manufacturing technology (access required)

The future of the manufacturing industry depends on advancements that lead to decarbonization. At Idaho National Laboratory (INL), a ribbon cutting event recently unveiled first-of-its-kind electric field assisted sintering (EFAS) technology. At the event, the lab showcased the world’s largest ...

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Micron to bring microchip plant to upstate New York (access required)

Micron, one of the world’s largest microchip manufacturers, announced Tuesday it would open a semiconductor plant in upstate New York, promising a long-term investment of up to $100 billion and a plant that could bring 50,000 jobs to the state. ...

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