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Guess what is coming to a bank near you?  (access required)

What appears foreign will become commonplace, and you might as well prepare for it. Cryptocurrencies and decentralized finance are all the rage right now, and you’ve probably heard of things like Bitcoin or Ethereum. However, the real story lies in the mechanism that ...

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How INL builds for innovation  (access required)

One of the most innovative companies in Idaho must surely be Idaho National Laboratory (INL). Consequently, if one is interested in best practices in designing innovation spaces for business, it makes sense to see what INL is doing.  And what ...

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Northwest Nazarene University’s Robotics Vision Lab receives grant for fruit-harvesting robot   (access required)

Last month, Northwest Nazarene University (NNU) Robotics Vision Lab received a $101,000 grant by the Idaho Farm Bureau Federation. This specialty crop grant, presented by the Idaho State Department of Agriculture (ISDA), will allow the university’s faculty and student researchers ...

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Pay4Me app helps international students make cross-border payments  (access required)

When Sunday “Paul” Adah arrived in the United States to attend college, he ran into a problem: his local bank in Nigeria couldn’t deliver the required $4,000 tuition deposit. Fortunately, he knew someone who could help him make the payment, ...

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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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