Polish start-ups hoping to break into the U.S. market will now have a place to do it in Reno. Governor Brian Sandoval and Polish officials based in Nevada held a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week for the Poland-Nevada Acceleration Space.
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NCET cordially invites you and your staff to a Holiday Networking Lunch. December’s luncheon will focus and mixing and mingling, and Melissa Marsh, founder/owner of HRinDemand will share quick tips on “Three Ways to Refresh Your Employment Strategy for 2016!” Join us for Tech Bite on Wednesday, December 16, from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Atlantis.
Dyson’s dual-cyclone vacuum cleaner was not a marginal improvement on the conventional Hoover that existed at the time, it represented a shift that altered the way insiders think about the very problem of removing dust and hair from household floors. James Dyson is an evangelist for the creative process of change, not least because he believes it is fundamentally misconceived in the world today.
I gotta tell ya, folks, this is not the library system of my grade school days! She also told me of the resources they have for folks like me who are self employed and work from home – meeting and working space with free Wi-Fi! I decided to check out my local library and headed down to the main branch on Center Street.
At its annual conference, the State Educational Technology Director’s Association honored a group of students from Central Los Angeles for their work integrating technology with their service-learning projects to explore community rights. Students of the Math, Science & Technology Magnet Academy at Roosevelt High School captured attendees as they illustrated how deeper learning with access to technology improves lives and society.