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Brainpower key to Idaho tech dreams – Innovation: Changing priorities in Idaho – Idaho’s biotech firms need help

"I think the interaction between the agencies, university and industry is superior in Idaho," Maki said. "Within the university, there is an attitude of working together and building things instead of fighting."

Idaho Office of Science & Technology January 2006

In this issue: # Transgenic Animal Web Site Launched # BSU Focuses on Wind Energy Research # MotivePower Receives $93 Million Locomotive Contract # Center for Advanced Energy Studies Design Contract Approved # UI Professor…

Micron says it will fill 900 high-wage jobs in Boise, Idaho

"This is really due to the success we’re having due to our diversification efforts," Micron spokesman Dan Francisco said

Idaho’s Newest Planned Community Continues to Move Forward

Controversial community’s developer says it’s all but a sure thing; others could be on the way

Homemade Renegades. Harley-powered cruisers to be built in North Idaho

"This thing is built to last,"

Idaho Commerce and Labor Connections. December 2005

"Productions filmed in Idaho will have an immediate impact on Idaho’s economy through the creation of jobs and increased demand for services and products. Film and television projects can also expose a worldwide audience to all that Idaho has to offer."

Sporting goods giant Cabela’s coming to Boise

Idaho leaders touted the opening of Cabela’s as a great opportunity to draw tourists and other businesses to Boise.

Wind may be Pocatello, Idaho’s future power source

City wants to further test sites showing promise

Can the high-tech industry rescue rural Idaho economies? Commerce and Labor Department seeks $2 million for rural business plans

The closer high-speed Internet lines bring Emmett to New York and Hong Kong, the farther the 45-minute drive into Boise is going to feel.

Idaho’s iconic potato-shaped candy bar sells 3 million a year. The Idaho Spud

"It’s a fun, inexpensive way to say, `I was in Idaho,"