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TechLaunch names competition winner

The Melni Innovation Group was voted the Entrepreneurial Idol for the State of Idaho and awarded a $10,000 cash prize from Idaho National Laboratory, as well as web site assistance from Valice, Inc., at the recent Idaho TechLaunch 7.0 competition. ...

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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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MediaG3 signs joint venture pact

MediaG3 and Unilava Corporation will begin working on a joint project to provide Internet products and services to meet needs in undeveloped, underdeveloped and rural areas. The joint venture begins with the companies combined 70 carrier-grade microwave towers in 22 ...

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ON Semiconductor plans $11M equipment expansion (access required)

Integrated circuit manufacturer ON Semiconductor plans to add $11 million in production equipment and create 35 new jobs by the end of the year at its factory in Pocatello. The company said in a press release it would begin installing ...

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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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New software to speed up Boise permit process

Bruce Chatterton, director of the Planning & Development Services department in Boise, has long experience with the paperwork generated by the city’s development regulations. “You’ll see people come in here with refrigerator dollies, with plans that the average person couldn’t ...

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