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Idaho National Laboratory provides funding, expertise for new College of Eastern Idaho technology building (access required)

The College of Eastern Idaho (CEI) and Idaho National Laboratory (INL), both based in Idaho Falls, are partnering to help build Future Tech, a planned 88,000-square-foot building intended to support careers in cybersecurity, energy and agricultural technology — including at INL. In addition ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Atotech and SEL announce business partnership at Idaho facility (access required)

Atotech and Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories (SEL) have announced they will partner at SEL’s incoming manufacturing facility in northern Idaho. SEL will utilize Atotech’s innovative Uniplate equipment technology in the new 162,000-square-foot facility that will serve as home for SEL’s printed ...

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Idaho needs to shore up cybersecurity, task force says (access required)

Idaho needs to be better prepared to defend against inevitable cyberattacks that could harm individuals, businesses and critical infrastructure, the Governor’s Cybersecurity Task Force said in a report released Wednesday. The 34-page report contains 18 major recommendations that include providing ...

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Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions announces construction of Idaho’s largest solar project: 120 MW Jackpot Solar  (access required)

Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions, of North Carolina, plans to build Idaho’s largest solar facility by the end of the year.   The 120-megawatt (MW) Jackpot Solar project, currently under construction, will be in Twin Falls County. It is expected to ...

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Idaho manufacturers spaced out? (access required)

TechHelp manufacturing specialists provide information, services and training that helps Idaho inventors, entrepreneurs and manufacturers succeed and grow. As companies grow, space can become an issue. Before packing up and moving operations, TechHelp encourages companies to see if they can ...

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House of Design enters into acquisition agreement with Go West Robotics  (access required)

House of Design LLC announced Monday that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Go West Robotics Inc. The upcoming acquisition follows recent House of Design announcements around intent to expand and increase its physical presence and innovative product ...

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The first Housing Innovation Hub conference (access required)

Levi Smith, president and CEO of Franklin Building Supply, has a vision to make Boise “the place for housing innovation.” To further this goal, he has spearheaded an initiative called the Housing Innovation Hub, which had its first conference April ...

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US military OKs prototype mobile nuclear reactor in Idaho

The U.S. Department of Defense plans to build an advanced mobile nuclear microreactor prototype at the Idaho National Laboratory in eastern Idaho. The department late last week signed off on the Project Pele plan to build the reactor and reactor ...

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Rare overhaul of powerful US nuclear test reactor at INL completed

Scientists at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) have completed a rare overhaul of one of the world’s most powerful nuclear test reactors and normal operations are expected to resume later this spring, officials said Monday. The 11-month outage at the ...

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