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Biz ‘Bite:’ U of I earns $4.46M toward cybersecurity student training scholarships (access required)

The University of Idaho Center for Secure and Dependable Systems (CSDS) has earned another $4.46 million toward cybersecurity training scholarships, preparing students to work at the highest levels of government through the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Cybercorps Scholarship for Service ...

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Idaho receives $28M to build EV charging stations every 50 miles of interstate (access required)

Idaho Transportation Department managers are looking for Idahoans’ suggestions on how they should roll out an initiative that is designed to create a network of electric vehicle charging stations situated along interstates. Under the National Electric Vehicle Investment, or NEVI, ...

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A word with Tyler Schram, an up-and-coming architect  (access required)

The future of sustainability and architecture is in the hands of passionate young people with creative ideas. Tyler Schram is one of those people. For him, it boils down to building communities that not only connect people, but also promote ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Idaho Power files customer generation study (access required)

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Read More Business News Idaho Power has announced that, at the direction of the Idaho Public Utilities Commission (IPUC), the company has filed a study analyzing the benefits and costs of on-site customer generation within the company’s service area. The ...

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Micron meeting its sustainability goals set in 2021 (access required)

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Micron Technology Inc. released a new sustainability report on July 6. The move reflects two trends. The first is the ESG movement. ESG stands for “Environment, Sustainability, Governance.” The relatively-young ESG movement aims for businesses to be environmentally responsible, to ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Public comment sought for Idaho EV infrastructure plan (access required)

Several state department agencies are seeking input from the public to guide Idaho’s electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure plan. The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (IDEQ) and the Idaho Office of Energy and Mineral Resources (OEMR) are partnering with the Idaho ...

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IGEM awards grant funding to university and industry innovators   (access required)

On June 13 the Idaho Global Entrepreneurial Mission (IGEM) council discussed five project presentations that were in consideration for funding. Idaho Commerce disperses $950,000 in state funds for research initiatives by Idaho’s public research universities and industry partners for projects ...

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Perpetua Resources awarded first permit (access required)

This artificial pond is a remnant of former mining operations in the Stibnite site.

Perpetua Resources announced on June 22 the receipt of its first permit for its proposed mining operation at the Stibnite Mine site in Valley County. The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (IDEQ) issued a Clean Air Act Permit to Construct, ...

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