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Land O’Lakes Joins Accelerator Program For AgTech Startups

The food producer will take part in judging and mentoring startups.

March 24, 2016


Stratasys In Space: Rocket With 3D Printed Parts Successfully Launches

3D printing rocket components have proven to make the aircrafts lighter, more cost efficient and easier to construct.

March 24, 2016


Connected Toys And Virtual Fitting Rooms: Target Accelerator Gets 500+ Applicants

The program, which starts this June, drew in applications from 32 states and 45 countries.

March 23, 2016

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Thissen Proposes $500M State R&D Fund

The House minority leader said he wants to improve Minnesota's standing in science and technology.

March 17, 2016


Why Dayton Wants To Spend $46M Of Minnesota's Surplus On Cybersecurity

The governor has proposed spending $46 million in his supplemental budget bill to improve cybersecurity for state agencies—more than he's proposed for the courts or corrections.

March 17, 2016


Minnesota Hires 5,500 Tech Workers In 2015, But Demand Outstrips Supply

Despite considerable increases in the tech workforce, Minnesota businesses are finding that many positions remain open.

March 17, 2016

Ability Network’s Buying Spree

Latest deal marks 4th acquisition in 18 months.

March 16, 2016


UnitedHealthcare Promotes Wearable Wellness

Employers and employees could benefit from reduced costs and HRA credits.

March 16, 2016


Mayo Ready To Test Compact MRI Machine

Researchers are hopeful that smaller, more efficient machines will aid in studying brain disorders and issues.

March 16, 2016


Former Best Buy CEO Retires From Board, Former IBM Executive Appointed

Brad Anderson, who took over the company from founder Richard Schulze in 2002, said he would leave the board after its annual shareholder meeting in June.

March 15, 2016

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