October 3, 2023

Innovation & Tech Today

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Buyer’s guide: The Top 50 Most Innovative Products

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Robotic Food Delivery? It’s Coming

Imagine ordering out from your favorite short-order restaurant half-asleep, pining for that first cup of coffee. The delivery arrives, you look up — and find a robot with your order.

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Pittsburgh — From Steel City to Smart City

When Andrew Carnegie, Thomas and Andrew Mellon, E.J. Heinz, George Westinghouse, Edwin Drake, and Henry Clay Frick moved into Pittsburgh’s East Liberty neighborhood in the mid-19th century and launched the

A Lifetime of Playing with Sharks

Valerie Taylor has called more attention to the plight of sharks than anyone alive. Now, she’s the subject and star of a Disney+ documentary. Valerie Taylor doesn’t like to follow

SciFest All Access Moved To New Date

Thanks to popular demand, SciFest All Access, the second virtual conference presented by USA Science & Engineering Festival during the pandemic, has moved to a new date — which still gives you time to register.

Leland Melvin’s Newest Mission

The former NASA astronaut and STEM advisor to President Obama focuses his energies on his greatest passion: prepping today’s students for Mars.   A recurring thought crosses Leland Melvin’s mind

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Mesa, Arizona’s Launch from Aerospace to All Things Tech

“Mesa has always been strong in aerospace,” he said. “Now as we build on that strength, how do we merge technology with aerospace, bring in new forms of technology, and take advantage of innovations in healthcare, and so forth? We feel we’ve got a strong story to tell, but anytime you can bring these Fortune 50 companies to light within your community, it tells a bigger and better story.”

This Investment Group Says: “Do More to Fight Climate Change”

A group of 515 investors who manage assets totaling $35 trillion sent a stark message to organizations and governments worldwide: Do more to fight climate change by complying with the goals of the 2015 Paris Climate Accord “with utmost urgency,” according to a statement.

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Tempe, AZ: Sustainable Community Going Young & Urban

Drive along the I-10/I-17 corridor recently? You may have noticed that Tempe has risen high above the desert floor, a vital regional and national center for Fortune 500 companies, many forms of innovation, technology, and tourism. 

Alpharetta’s Rise to Tech Capital of the South

Up the road from Atlanta, Alpharetta welcomes a workforce larger than its population to do the technological bidding of Microsoft, LexisNexis, McKesson, Verizon Wireless, Equifax, HP, ADP, UPS, and more than 700 others.

robotic food delivery is coming

Robotic Food Delivery? It’s Coming

Imagine ordering out from your favorite short-order restaurant half-asleep, pining for that first cup of coffee. The delivery arrives, you look up — and find a robot with your order.

pittsburgh-bridge-arch-bridge-tied-arch-bridge-urban-area-metropolitan-area-1565765-pxhere.com

Pittsburgh — From Steel City to Smart City

When Andrew Carnegie, Thomas and Andrew Mellon, E.J. Heinz, George Westinghouse, Edwin Drake, and Henry Clay Frick moved into Pittsburgh’s East Liberty neighborhood in the mid-19th century and launched the

A Lifetime of Playing with Sharks

Valerie Taylor has called more attention to the plight of sharks than anyone alive. Now, she’s the subject and star of a Disney+ documentary. Valerie Taylor doesn’t like to follow

SciFest All Access Moved To New Date

Thanks to popular demand, SciFest All Access, the second virtual conference presented by USA Science & Engineering Festival during the pandemic, has moved to a new date — which still gives you time to register.

Leland Melvin’s Newest Mission

The former NASA astronaut and STEM advisor to President Obama focuses his energies on his greatest passion: prepping today’s students for Mars.   A recurring thought crosses Leland Melvin’s mind

mesa arizona

Mesa, Arizona’s Launch from Aerospace to All Things Tech

“Mesa has always been strong in aerospace,” he said. “Now as we build on that strength, how do we merge technology with aerospace, bring in new forms of technology, and take advantage of innovations in healthcare, and so forth? We feel we’ve got a strong story to tell, but anytime you can bring these Fortune 50 companies to light within your community, it tells a bigger and better story.”

This Investment Group Says: “Do More to Fight Climate Change”

A group of 515 investors who manage assets totaling $35 trillion sent a stark message to organizations and governments worldwide: Do more to fight climate change by complying with the goals of the 2015 Paris Climate Accord “with utmost urgency,” according to a statement.

tempe

Tempe, AZ: Sustainable Community Going Young & Urban

Drive along the I-10/I-17 corridor recently? You may have noticed that Tempe has risen high above the desert floor, a vital regional and national center for Fortune 500 companies, many forms of innovation, technology, and tourism. 

Alpharetta’s Rise to Tech Capital of the South

Up the road from Atlanta, Alpharetta welcomes a workforce larger than its population to do the technological bidding of Microsoft, LexisNexis, McKesson, Verizon Wireless, Equifax, HP, ADP, UPS, and more than 700 others.

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