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Taiwan, Montana seek to build cooperation in photonics, quantum industries

The state of Montana has one of the highest per capita concentrations of optics, photonics, and quantum computing companies in the U.S., including an industrial cluster with leading technologies in self-driving, drone detection and applied defense detection systems, according to the office.

New state program aims to put 500,000 acres of Montana prairie under conservation leases

The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission has signed off on the first round of conservation agreements proposed under FWP’s new program.

Starting teacher pay $9K higher in Montana than national report, state says

News about new teachers’ pay comes on top of other news that Montana’s teacher turnover is high. Nearly 31% of first-year teachers are experiencing turnover in Montana public schools, and more than 27% are leaving within two to five years, according to OPI.

Montana Film Office Reel Report Summer 2024

This quarterly newsletter from the Montana Film Office at the Montana Department of Commerce (Commerce) aims to keep the state’s film and television industry professionals, constituents and fans informed of the latest Montana production, infrastructure and festival news. You’ll also find information on locations and upcoming events. We’re here to help you stay connected with all things “film” in Montana.

Spectrum UM Discovery Area at Missoula’s Library – Explore the Fun

Missoula’s hands-on science center dedicated to igniting passion for discovery through science.

Montana Child Care Business Connect Summit – 8/7-8 – Helena

Our second annual Summit will include inspiring keynote speakers and break-out sessions hosted by experts in the fields of business and child care.

More info to come!

U.S. Workers Are Experiencing A Gap Between Expectations Versus Reality

For Montana, this trend underscores the importance of fostering strong leadership and communication to enhance job satisfaction and economic development. As the state continues to invest in education and workforce development, addressing these concerns could play a critical role in boosting employee confidence and driving economic growth.

Clark Fork Prep is looking for 3-5,000 square foot building in Missoula

Planning to serve high school students from throughout the Missoula Valley, Clark Fork Prep is intent on finding a centrally located building. We need 3,000-5,000 square feet, and the space needs to be single story or have fire suppression on upper floors.

Two Montana Cities Make Top 20 For Best Ran In America.

Several factors determine which towns and cities are best and according to one source, two Montana towns have just made the Top 20 Best Ran Cities in America.

What the web looked like in 1994, the year it became the internet

What do you remember about the web in 1994?