Montana offers the lowest beginning teacher salary in the nation, according to the most recent federal statistics and national union information. Generally, those salaries are even lower in rural areas.
Companies like the Montana-based Adelos have been developing their own versions of the technology, and say the same fiber that could secure the border can also be used for telecommunications — and even provide broadband internet access to communities that live nearby.
GFDA is proud to host a Montana Small Business Development Center, a Montana Procurement Technical Assistance Center, and a Montana Food & Ag Development Center. We are also proud to provide office space for the Montana Manufacturing Extension Center of MSU, and to be part of the Montana Cooperative Development Center network.
This week’s tech roundup includes some of the top technology picks from our expert technology managers. All of them are opportunities for entrepreneurs and businesses to license and bring to the commercial market.
“Cities need old buildings so badly it is probably impossible for vigorous streets and districts to grow without them…If a city area has only new buildings, the enterprises that can exist there are automatically limited to those that can support the high costs of new construction.”
An ambitious $100 million initiative to transform New York City into the global capital of cybersecurity, creating thousands of new jobs in the process, set itself a demanding target: to find the very best partners, no matter their location, to fulfill its mission.
VR/AR, Blockchain, Bitcoin, Artificial Intelligence and The Internet of Things
FamilyTreeDNA’s fresh agreement with the FBI gives the agency the ability to search more than a million genetic profiles—the majority of which were given by consumers without knowledge of the company’s relationship with the FBI.