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Staff WriterAs economic relief takes hold, El Centro businesses and the city gathered Thursday to recognize seven businesses’ positive impact in the community during the annual IMAGINE Awards. This is a challenging time, but it’s also a time of...
Tags: Science and Technology, Business
Sports WriterBy his own estimate, 72-year-old Ron Stirtz has been innovating and inventing for the last 60 years. The Nebraska native, who has a home in western Oregon but spends the bulk of the year at the Rio Bend RV Parks on the outskirts of El Centro, has...
Indiana University will collaborate with Schurz Communications, an Indiana-based multimedia company, on an innovation challenge beginning this semester. Hoosier undergraduates, graduate students and faculty will be asked to consider real-world digital...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — Space is not too far away for some Valley children, as the NASA Summer of Innovation program is continuing to educate youths about Earth, Mars and their futures, during a summer program here. “We are making a spacecraft that will...
Tags: Mountains, Science and Technology, Science, Landforms, NASA
Staff WriterShooting a basketball through a hoop isn’t as simple as it sounds, and the task is even more difficult if you make a robot do it. But Central Union High School senior and Searing Engineering team member Israel Rodriguez, 17, is “positive&...
So much of what we do today, how we’ve come to live and function, involves negotiating technology. Barring face-to-face conversations with other living, breathing human beings, it dictates how and whom we talk with. It dictates our economic life....
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterA new renewable energy center may be on the horizon for San Diego State University-Imperial Valley campus. The campus with Calexico and Brawley extensions has been awarded a $1.67 million job creation grant to establish the Renewable Energy Generation...
We checked in with executives profiled in the Tribune in the past year to learn their news, their insights about the coming year, and how they're feeling about the economy. Curt Bailey, president, Related Midwest Related has been running on all...
LEESBURG — The tables have been turned on a group of older Lake students this summer as they take on the role of teacher to help a group of local elementary students learn more about math and science. But there won't be any long-winded lecture...
America has always been a creative place, partly because the authors of the Constitution wanted it to be. Among the powers they granted Congress was the right "to promote the progress of science and useful arts by securing for limited times to authors and...
East HartfordOn Saturday, May 4, the CREC Two Rivers Magnet Middle School made an impressive showing at the Connecticut Invention Convention (CIC). The Convention, held at UConn's Gampel Pavilion, featured over 600 participants from grades K through eight and is...
People can't stop tinkering with the bike. This year, dreamers out to reinvent one of history's most basic mechanical contrivances give us groundbreaking innovations such as the hammock seat, the asymmetrical frame and one-handle brakes, plus the most...
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