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Biz ‘Bite:’ Mission Aviation Fellowship utilizes new flight simulators (access required)

Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) recently installed two new state-of-the-art flight simulators — a Modular Flight Deck Caravan G1000 AATD Flight Training System and a Modular Deck Kodiak Flight Training System — intended to provide vital training for pilots at reduced ...

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Health care innovators can now get connected in Idaho (access required)

Health Tech Idaho

Health Tech Idaho — a hub that will allow entrepreneurs, startups, early-stage companies and investors to interact and leverage their strengths — held its introductory and first networking event on Feb. 15. At the event, speakers addressed how the organization ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Hurless Brothers under new management (access required)

Hurless Brothers Foreign Car Service in Boise was recently purchased by Nick Tomanelli and Justin Van Wey, industry veterans with 34 years of combined experience and hundreds of hours of training on current vehicles and technologies. Their industry certifications will ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Engage Technologies Group and APX Platform to merge (access required)

Engage Technologies Group and APX Platform to merge

Read More IBR Headlines Engage Technologies Group Inc. intends to merge with APX Platform to form a full-service, medical practice management and business insight solution. The combination of the two synergistic technology platforms and business models is intended to help ...

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Annual Vision Idaho event underscores R&D, innovative culture in Idaho  (access required)

“It’s a key pivot point for us;” “We are doing extraordinary things;” and “There is a fantastic opportunity…” were just a few phrases used to describe the state’s technology sector at Idaho Technology Council’s Vision Idaho event.   Guest speakers, industry ...

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Google has the next move as Microsoft embraces OpenAI buzz (access required)

Before the artificial intelligence tool ChatGPT was unleashed into the world, the novelist Robin Sloan was testing a similar AI writing assistant built by researchers at Google. It didn’t take long for Sloan, author of the bestseller “Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore,” to ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Bayflex invests in American Semiconductor (access required)

Bayflex, a leader in flexible test system robotics, has invested in Boise-based American Semiconductor (ASI), an OSAT pioneer in ultra-thin die packaging, assembly and flexible device testing. The investment is targeted to accelerate development of standardized bend and torsion test ...

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3 Idaho tech startups find success (access required)

Idaho tech startups

Read More IBR Headlines In the words of Jay Larsen, founder, president and CEO of Idaho Technology Council, “Idaho is doing extremely well, really having a vision with respect to applied research and development.” That set the tone for the ...

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1st small modular nuclear reactor certified for use in US (access required)

rendering of smr campus

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has certified the design for what will be the United States’ first small modular nuclear reactor. The rule that certifies the design was published last week in the Federal Register. It means that companies seeking ...

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