As tech executives call for state education programs to do a better job of providing STEM education, states are jockeying to show that they are attuned to the industry’s needs. This week, Michigan’s Republican governor Rick Snyder unveiled what he calls the … [Read more...] about Michigan’s ‘Marshall Plan for Talent’ aims to become model for tech education nationwide
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In food we trust. That motto guides us as much as the one that graces our currency. We take for granted the food we buy in grocery stores or eat in restaurants, trusting implicitly that it will satisfy our hunger, build strong bodies 12 ways, and keep us healthy. That trust may … [Read more...] about Food Irradiation: Will It Keep the Doctors Away?
Across the U.S., both consumers and industry have called on the government to build out an infrastructure for renewable energy sources following the latest run-up in gas prices. Part 1 of this two-part series on renewable energy reviews some of the plans industry participants … [Read more...] about Renewable Energy in America, Part 2: Solar Powered Homes
Biotech Health organizations will undergo a strategy makeover in 2011 as they react to new rules and payment models, continuing cost pressures and new customer demands, according to the Top Health Industry Issues of 2011, published by PwC’s Health Research Institute. But in … [Read more...] about Health Research Institute Release Top Issues of 2011
Once called an “experiment” by prognosticating pundits in the past, live streaming TV has captured the attention of a wide audience, with SlingTV, YouTube TV, DirecTV Now, PlayStation Vue, and Hulu with Live TV all attempting to capitalize on the … [Read more...] about Cord-cutting 101: How to quit cable for online streaming video