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Asa Hutchinson to Energy Group: I'll 'Push Back' Against EPA

Arkansas gubernatorial candidates Mike Ross and Asa Hutchinson addressed the annual conference of the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association Friday afternoon in downtown Little Rock, and as expected the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's proposed carbon emission regulations were addressed.   // read more

Mark Pryor Proposes National Energy Review at AAEA Conference

Mark Pryor provided opening remarks Friday morning at the Arkansas Advanced Energy Association's annual conference, Empowering Arkansas, held at the Doubletree Hotel in downtown Little Rock.   // read more

TiFiber Receives ASTA Funding for Development of Antibacterial Treatment

Fayetteville's TiFiber has received a $75,000 investment from the Arkansas Science & Technology Authority for further development of an antibacterial treatment.   // read more

ARK Challenge: Spencer Jones' Light Bulb Moment Could Benefit Patients

The road to entrepreneurship takes many different routes. For some, entrepreneurship seems to exist as part of their DNA. For others, a light bulb moment illuminates the way.   // read more

Arkansas Advanced Energy Association Conference Set for Oct. 17 in Little Rock

Three of the region's experts on energy efficiency technology and investment trends will be in Little Rock next week for a one-day Arkansas Advanced Energy Association conference at the Doubletree Hotel in downtown Little Rock.   // read more

Education Broadband Issue Goes Down to the (Fiber Optic) Wire

While the message may be getting lost in the clutter of political ads ahead of the Nov. 4 midterm election, FASTERArkansas isn't asking for your vote. It's asking the public to pressure legislators to tweak, preferably through a special session before Gov. Mike Beebe's term ends in January, a state law that sailed through the Legislature almost unnoticed in 2011.   // read more

Tom Dalton of Innovate Arkansas: Funding for Early Stage Startups Has Increased

Innovate Arkansas director Tom Dalton writes in the INOV8 blog that funding for early stage, tech-based startup ventures in Arkansas has increased dramatically in the past six years.   // read more

ARK Challenge: Politapoll Aims to Give Voice to Disenfranchised

Politapoll, a startup participating in the fourth installment of the ARK Challenge accelerator, enables citizens to tell their legislators exactly where they fall on specific issues and also provides a legislative report card to constituents.   // read more

Power Technology Hopes to Break into Movie Projection with Illumina

Power Technology Inc. of Alexander is marketing a new laser-illuminated projection system for cinemas called Illumina, which the firm says could help change the movie projection business.   // read more

Grant Goes to Arkansas Company Making Compostable Bag

A company affiliated with the University of Arkansas that makes a compostable bag as a substitute for plastic bags has been awarded a $741,221 grant by The National Science Foundation.   // read more

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