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$49M for U.S. Catch-Up in Weapons Advances

Radiance Technologies, in Huntsville, has landed a $49.1 million U.S. Army contract to speed development of lasers to respond to increasingly advanced foreign-made weapons. "The...

Auburn Firm Launches New Blood Collection Tube

SiO2 Materials Science, based in Auburn, has launched a blood collection tube it calls the Synergy Tube, its first genetic diagnostics product on the...

UAH Studies Nuclear Ride to Mars

Rocket scientists at the University of Alabama in Huntsville are figuring out how the use of nuclear power would affect the components of a...

Every Baby in Alabama is Born Ready

A new statewide program is spreading the message that children—even babies just delivered into the world—have the brainpower it takes to begin learning. Gov. Kay...

Top Headlines: Carpenter Tech opens manufacturing center, Politicians mull gambling proposal

Carpenter Tech opens Alabama additive manufacturing center Carpenter Technology Corp. on Wednesday announced the opening of its newest advanced additive manufacturing (AM) facility and Emerging...

goPuff Launches Two More Alabama Locations

Less than one month after launching its first location in Alabama, goPuff has launched two more. The digital convenience retailer launched its first location in...

Airbus Chalks 50-Plane Sale to United Airlines

United Airlines has ordered 50 Airbus A321XLR aircraft, primarily for use on its transatlantic routes, the airline and Airbus announced today. Announced in June 2019,...

1818 Farms Wins Top, First-Ever Amazon Award

Amazon recently named Mooresville, Alabama-based 1818 Farms as its Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year, in Amazon's first-ever U.S. Small Business Spotlight Awards. Owned and...

Top Headlines: Lyons retiring from Port Authority, Hangout Fest Lineup announced

Industry source reports Lyons to retire from Alabama State Port Authority The Alabama State Port Authority is preparing to search for a new director and...

Making Sure Alabama Residents Get Counted

The State of Alabama is making sure its citizens are counted on the upcoming 2020 U.S. Census. Governor Kay Ivey announced on December 2...

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