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Adtran Wires 12th Century Town for U.K.’s Smart Future

An ambitious new internet service provider is rolling out the first full fiber broadband network in the U.K., and it is using gigabit networking...

Aerobotix Reaches Robotic Milestone

Robotic integrator Aerobotix, based in Madison, has integrated and installed more than 100 FANUC robots, performing its services in five countries. Aerobotix specializes in integrating...

New Venture Capital Fund Yields Early Returns

In its first year of investments, the $25 million Alabama Futures Fund has spurred four promising young tech companies to move their headquarters to Alabama.

Business School for Scientists — STEM Path to the MBA

The STEM Path to the MBA at the University of Alabama is steering many of the brightest science students into career paths they never before had dreamed of, let alone trained for.

AEgis Recapitalized; New CEO with Intel Creds

AEgis Technologies, one of Alabama's leading technology and defense companies, announced on Oct. 23 that it has a new majority shareholder and a new...

The First Voice-Initiated Application Process Just Came Online

The Golden Arches can be seen in communities throughout the world and are often run by independent franchises that provide jobs to almost 2...

Houston County Schools Weigh Cybersecurity Contract

The Houston County School System began considering a cyberscurity contract proposal Monday, in response to a major malware attack in July that delayed school...

Turning Off Your Devices Might Be a Good Idea

"For sensitive conversations, it might be a good idea to put your phone away or turn it off," is the most telling tip the...

USA Health Podcast Aims to Demystify Cancer

A new podcast from USA Health Mitchell Cancer Institute, called “The Cancering Show,” aims to break down barriers that confront patients and demystify the disease.

Tuskegee Researchers Find Promising Way of Capturing Carbon Dioxide

Scientists working at Tuskegee University have found a bio-based material that shows promise for capturing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere — a more immediate solution to climate change than revamping land and forestry usage or geo-engineering.

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