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National lab details $13B in building plans over next decade

LOS ALAMOS, N.M. (AP) — Officials at Los Alamos National Laboratory have plans for $13 billion worth of construction projects over the next decade at the northern New Mexico complex as it prepares to ramp up production of plutonium cores ...

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Idaho’s technology industry needs a regional approach, report says (access required)

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Now in its second year, the Idaho Technology Council’s Knowledge Report is looking at the state more granularly than in its initial report. While some industry issues are universal statewide – graduating enough people to produce the skilled workforce industry ...

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Firm expands HQ, workforce to help folks pay medical bills

A Boise-based tech company’s growth is built on bringing resolution to one of health care’s greatest mysteries: helping decipher patients’ medical bills and find ways to cover often-unforeseen expenses. Looking to help make a dent in the estimated $38 billion ...

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Boise temperature sensor company acquired in $75M deal (access required)

A Chicago-area publicly-traded company has purchased Boise-based Quality Thermistor Inc. for $75 million. In a news release, CTS Corp. said its Aug. 1 acquisition of Quality Thermistor Inc., which designs and manufactures temperature sensors for an array of customers, will ...

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Chobani unveils Innovation & Community Center in Twin Falls

The founder and CEO of Greek yogurt company Chobani has opened a $21 million research and development center in south-central Idaho. Hamdi Ulukaya said at a ribbon-cutting on Monday in Twin Falls that he’s relieved the 71,000-square-foot (6,600-square meter) facility ...

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University of Idaho to play pivotal role in Dragonfly’s life on Titan experiment (access required)

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MOSCOW — Is there life on Titan? The University of Idaho hopes to find out. The mission isn’t scheduled to depart Earth until 2026, but Jason Barnes, associate professor of physics in the University of Idaho’s College of Science, is working ...

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