Local ASU Startup Develops App To Track Restaurant Food Supplies
Jan15

Local ASU Startup Develops App To Track Restaurant Food Supplies

Throughout the 21st century into the modern era, technology has and continues to pave the way for countless innovations, and numerous to come. In this day in age a great idea along with the proper resources anything is possible. Changes are happening in our world more often over each passing day. Each day, young innovators are making strides toward building a brighter future through modern technology, accompanied by relentless...

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Call for mentors! Startup Week returns to Phoenix in February
Jan04

Call for mentors! Startup Week returns to Phoenix in February

PHX Startup Week, powered by Chase for Business, is back and returning to the Valley in 2018 on February 19th-23rd! As usual, this event is free and open to startups and entrepreneurs in the area to celebrate the local community during this awesome five-day event in Downtown Phoenix. Startup Week is a fantastic opportunity to network with some of the Valleys most innovative leaders and to see what kind of new startups are in the...

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ASU students start club to educate community about blockchain technology
Dec18

ASU students start club to educate community about blockchain technology

Arizona State University students banded together this summer to create the Blockchain Innovation Society, a club that debuted with its first meeting in October. Jeremy Liu, a sophomore mathematics major, said the idea for the club came from concern over the lack of blockchain community on campus. The vice president of the club invited Liu to a boba shop to discuss the idea, and he was immediately on board. “None of us knew much about...

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Lesbians Who Tech brings visibility to the community in Phoenix
Dec11

Lesbians Who Tech brings visibility to the community in Phoenix

Lesbians Who Tech is an inclusive and non-conforming community for queer women who are in or around the tech space. This group is open to the allies that support these women and is a safe space to be more visible to others and to get more women, queer or not, in the technology community. Lesbians Who Tech is the most substantial LGBTQ network of technologist in the world. They serve over 25,000 women and their allies across the globe....

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GCU teams up with Open Arizona Cyber Warfare Range- Metro Phoenix
Dec05

GCU teams up with Open Arizona Cyber Warfare Range- Metro Phoenix

With cyber warfare becoming an ever-present threat upon our natural way of life in the 21st century, a brand new state of the art cyber warfare range is coming to Phoenix’s very own Grand Canyon University as the range will act as a cybersecurity operating station. Grand Canyon University, Arizona Cyber Threat Response Alliance (ACTRA), a non-profit organization that teams up with the FBI, the Arizona Counter Terrorism Information...

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