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Nalu Scientific received a federal grant to continue its development of a microchip. Photo courtesy of Nalu Scientific.The US Department of Energy has awarded Nalu Scientific, a Honolulu-based technology firm, $2.3 million in grants to continue its work on high-performance electronics development, according to...

While it's easy to see a recession as nothing but challenge and hardship, a downturn in the economy has historically provided opportunities to make positive change, for both individuals and businesses.  On Monday we'll be (virtually) hosting an important discussion with a group of panelists that have...

October 10, 2020 - What was found long ago in the Split neighborhood of Manuš is not an odeon, nor an amphitheater, but a late antique macellum. That is, an ancient Roman indoor market!Sloboodna Dalmacija writes that this is a site that has surprised with...

news, local-news, John Horbury Hunt, Frederickton School and teacher's residence, National School, Council of Education, MacleayOne of the Macleay's architectural treasures is 140 years old this year. Designed by the prominent architect John Horbury Hunt and protected as part of the National Estate, the Frederickton...

Business is booming for architects and builders, including Nathan Crace, who finished The Refuge Golf Club in Mississippi.© Courtesy of Nathan Crace, The Watermark Golf CompaniesGolf course design and construction can be a long game. Years certainly and sometimes even decades can pass from the...

O’Hara and Kaptrosky bought the house in 2008 for a little under $1.24 million. They’re selling because two of their three kids are grown and the third will graduate from high school soon, O’Hara said. Not only is the house’s natural setting a pleasant place...