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From coffee-scented plastic to artificial limbs, summit showcases ND tech

From coffee-scented plastic to artificial limbs, summit showcases ND tech

FARGO—Mmm. Is there anything more appealing than the aroma of hot coffee?

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UND committee talks expanding role as unmanned aircraft industry evolves

The evolving unmanned aircraft systems industry in North Dakota has some members of a UND committee wondering what the group's role will be in the future.

Prairie Buzz speakers highlight firsts for unmanned aircraft industry

A monthly speaker series featuring members of the unmanned aircraft systems industry is taking off in Grand Forks.

Unmanned aircraft test site gets OK for night flights

GRAND FORKS – The flight of some unmanned aircraft is no longer limited to the daytime in North Dakota.

ND Medicaid system goes online in October

BISMARCK – A multimillion dollar IT project for the state’s largest agency is on track to be completed this fall after being delayed for years and costs rising from $62.5 million to more than $97.9 million.

Taxiway connection project for Grand Sky pushed back

A major construction project slated to start this summer at the Grand Sky unmanned aircraft business park hit a snag this week that may have crews racing to beat the winter freeze.

UAS tech park tenant receives tax exemption

The first tenant at the Grand Forks unmanned aerial systems tech park, Grand Sky, will receive property tax exemptions for five years.

Real estate, aerial photography top uses for unmanned aircraft, report finds

It's been three months since Shutter Pilots received the green light to fly unmanned aircraft commercially, and founder Mike Mabin said interest in the aerial photography company's services is growing.

Hillsboro, N.D., could host UAS ag launch

FARGO, N.D. - Hillsboro, N.D., might become a focal point in the Red River Valley region's agricultural unmanned aerial systems (UAS) world, according to officials involved in the plan.

Enderlin, N.D., company offers high-tech, customizable planter

Enderlin, N.D., company offers high-tech, customizable planter

ENDERLIN, N.D.—Leaders for agribusiness Plains Grain & Agronomy have built an implement they believe is the future of farming.

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Video game programming class for kids at MSUM sees success

Video game programming class for kids at MSUM sees success

MOORHEAD, Minn.-A new class at Minnesota State University Moorhead's College For Kids program has been so successful, one instructor is making it his career.

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Worthington banks adapting to new EMV chip technology

WORTHINGTON, Minn. — EMV chip technology has begun to make its debut in the United States, and Worthington banks are preparing for the shift in credit and debit card technology.

Corporate Technologies expands into staffing services

Corporate Technologies expands into staffing services

FARGO—Corporate Technologies started here in 1981 as a ComputerLand franchise, a retail computer store.

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Grand Sky tenant to ask for property tax exemption

The first company moving into the new Grand Forks unmanned aerial system tech park plans to ask for property tax exemptions.

North Dakota state senator joins national UAS committee

State Sen. Ray Holmberg, R-Grand Forks, has accepted an invitation to serve on a national unmanned aerial systems steering committee.

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