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The top headlines in this week's technology news: a Kansas City entrepreneur support program expands into the energy sector. To find out more about what's happening in technology in Missouri visit missouritechnology.com; ded.mo.gov/infotech or ded.mo.gov/bio
Hello World’s Ashlee Vance paid a recent visit to Iceland’s capital city of Reykjavik to see the next part of the green energy story. He found a start-up called Icewind that is building a new type of funky wind turbine designed to perform well in low-wind conditions but also to slow itself down in high-winds, preventing it from catching on fire or ripping apart. Watch the full episode of 'Hello World: Iceland': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8ZRTJQAcjU Like this video? Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg?sub_confirmation=1 And subscribe to Bloomberg Politics for the latest political news: http://www.youtube.com/BloombergPolitics?sub_confirmation=1 Bloomberg is the First Word in business news, delivering breaking news & analysis, up-to-the-minute market...
University of Missouri is implementing a new video recording technology - Lightboard at Educational Technologies at Missouri's Instructional Media Studio. With Lightboard, instructors can now write while facing their audience. Lightboard is great for technical subjects. It allows instructors to draw highly visible diagrams and equations, work with their drawings in a natural way, face the camera and capture high quality video. Watch this short video to see how it works.
As we head into the collegiate championship basketball tournament, we wanted to highlight some of the entrepreneurs and businesses making big plays in Missouri. Help us spread the word during Missouri Madness Month on how the Show-Me State helps entrepreneurs become champions by telling us your story @MoEcoDevo and using the hashtag #MOMadness.
Missouri University of Science and Technology produced this computer animated walk-through video of their Solar Decathlon 2013 entry. Solar Decathlon 2013 will take place October 3 - October 13, 2013, at the Orange County Great Park in Irvine, CA. The competition houses will be open to visitors on eight days over two weekends. Public hours will be from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily: Thursday, October 3 -- Sunday, October 6, 2013 and Thursday, October 10 -- Sunday, October 13, 2013. Learn more about the team and Solar Decathlon 2013 here: http://www.solardecathlon.gov/team_missouri.html
The Missouri governor who fired up voters with campaign ads like this, is thankful for you guessed it, firearms. American Outdoor Brands Corporation, the parent company of Smith and Wesson, as well as, Battenfeld Technologies, is building a new distribution center in the state of Missouri. ___ Check this out!!! http://ratedred.tv/youtube ___ For all of today's stories head over to: http://www.RatedRed.com Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/realratedred Twitter - http://twitter.com/realratedred Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/realratedred AC - Abby Casey; IG/Twitter - @acoutdoors JW - Jeff Winkler; IG/Twitter - @ThatWinkler PE - Paxton Elrod; IG/Twitter - @paxton_elrod RR - Richard Ryan; IG/Twitter- @RichardRyan ___
Dr. Joseph Smith, the Wayne and Gayle Laufer Chair of Energy, directs Missouri S&T's Energy Research and Development Center, where researchers address issues related to energy security and future energy technologies such as small modular nuclear reactors. For more information about Missouri University of Science and Technology, visit: http://www.mst.edu
Missouri S&T students craft shipping containers and discarded wooden pallets into a home that will compete against other universities in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon. Students spend two years designing, building and testing sustainable technologies in a solar-powered home that could foreshadow future building techniques. For more information about Missouri University of Science and Technology, visit: http://www.mst.edu
To give Missourians smarter, more secure and more stable energy, Missouri needs legislation that helps advance smart technologies while maintaining strict regulatory oversight and consumer protections, such as strong rate caps. Learn more at AmerenMissouri.com/Legislation.
Missouri University of Science and Technology researchers use robots, lasers, composite materials, nano-manufacturing and sensor-enabled intelligent manufacturing to help companies create better products. S&T is also a part of the Digital Lab For Manufacturing, a new national institute for advanced digital manufacturing and design. For more information about Missouri University of Science and Technology, visit: http://www.mst.edu
A multidisciplinary team of faculty from Missouri University of Science and Technology connect the school’s strengths in sustainable energy research, architectural design, environmental sustainability and transportation infrastructure through secure computing, sensing and network communications. These technologies are guided by behavioral and environmental psychology, sociology and history to develop a more secure, sustainable society. For more information about Missouri University of Science and Technology, visit: http://www.mst.edu
From tablets, webcams and cell phones to social media websites, schools face new opportunities and challenges in educating children raised with evolving technologies. UCM President Chuck Ambrose leads a discussion with educators in this special one-hour edition of Central Missouri Tomorrow, on how Missouri's K-12 schools are adapting to these changes. Originally aired Friday, February 17 at 8:00 p.m. and again Thursday, February 23 at 8:00 p.m.
Emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, computer vision and robotics are just beginning to be integrated into production agriculture. These technologies promise to enable the next wave of precision agriculture by moving from zone management to plant management. Learn about the opportunities and challenges of managing every plant, and how Blue River Technology is utilizing these technologies to deploy See & Spray machines that apply herbicide only to weeds. Presented at the 2017 InfoAg conference in St. Louis, Missouri by Ben Chostner, VP Business Development for Blue River Technology.
On the heels of a new report showing that Missouri outpaced every other state in the nation in technology job growth last year, Gov. Jay Nixon today joined officials from Catalent Pharma Solutions, a global leader in the life sciences industry, to announce the company's expansion in Kansas City. The project includes directing over a $30 million investment in the site and is expected to create more than 230 new jobs. Read more at http://on.mo.gov/1ctHsvU.
Among the headlines in this week's technology news St. Louis saw a dramatic increase in funding for tech companies from 2013 to 2014. To find out more about what's happening in technology in Missouri visit missouritechnology.com; ded.mo.gov/infotech or ded.mo.gov/bio
The top headline in this week's technology news, the Missouri Technology Corporation recognized as top venture capital investor in the Midwest, LaunchCode opens new tech training space in North St. Louis, and Kansas City’s STEM education reputation is growing. To find out more about what's happening in technology in Missouri visit missouritechnology.com; ded.mo.gov/infotech or ded.mo.gov/bio
At the root of most developing countries' dilemmas, agriculture and health care prove to be prime culprits for restraining their advancement. In this insightful talk, Nahush Katti delves into the profound repercussions of a simple mobile technology that allows for broad access to very accurate diagnoses with both ophthalmology and agriculture. About Nahush: Nahush Katti is anything but your typical high school senior. This aspiring biomedical engineer cofounded his DoctorOn company with fellow high school senior, Vikram Arun in 2010 at the age of 15 after being recognized as an overall runner up in the Innovate100 Pitch Slam Contest hosted by Guidewire Group and Reynolds Journalism Institute. When he and Arun are not diligently building their company or finishing up high school, Nahush c...
Top headline in this week's technology news: LaunchCode hosts tours of its new Mentor Center, deadline is approaching fast for two MTC funding opportunities. To find out more about what's happening in technology in Missouri visit missouritechnology.com; ded.mo.gov/infotech or ded.mo.gov/bio