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Idaho National Laboratory turns trash into fuel (access required)

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a three-part series on Idaho National Laboratory. IDAHO FALLS – Garbage in, energy out — that’s the equation scientists are working on at Idaho National Laboratory’s Biomass Feedstock National User Facility. The project looks at ...

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‘Computer, how is this patient doing?’ Using analytics in health care (access required)

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Correction: This story has been updated to correct the spelling of Onur Torusoglu’s name. St. Luke’s Health System is looking at new ways to use data analytics to help produce better patient outcomes. “It’s not magic, it’s math,” said Onur Torusoglu, ...

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‘Unicorn’ Vacasa completes acquisition, raises $319 million

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Vacation rental company Vacasa announced the finalization of a major acquisition that could almost double the size of the company’s holdings, as well as a $319 million third round of investment. Vacasa – based in Portland but with a Boise corporate ...

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Tamarack Aerospace to fly out of Chapter 11 (access required)

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A Sandpoint-based aerospace company is working to emerge from bankruptcy. Tamarack Aerospace Group has filed a Chapter 11 Plan of Reorganization with the Eastern District of Washington. The filed plan includes repayment of all creditors in full. An Oct. 31 hearing ...

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Breakfast Series Report: Talent in Technology

Idaho’s mountain vistas may be a far cry from Silicon Valley’s bustling streets, but the Gem State is a growing tech hub, boasting startups such as Cradlepoint and Vynyl as well as stalwarts such as HP and Micron. According to ...

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