From roads and bridges to sewage systems to broadband internet access, there has been a shift among Alabama’s leadership in the last few years that will benefit rural areas in the long run, according to researchers at the University of Alabama’s Education Policy Center.
HudsonAlpha recently held a roundtable that focused on the multi-faceted needs of the Agricultural Sector.
ScaleUp BHM has named the members for its third cohort. The members will participate in the eight-month, non-dilutive program designed to equip Birmingham’s fastest-growing, highest potential entrepreneurs with the resources they need to take their companies to the next level.
The goal of Spaces is to further Ed Farm’s vision to create an inventive world where all people have access to the tools they need to fill or create the jobs of the future and provides cutting-edge STEM opportunities for students and teachers in Birmingham, according to a press release.
The Alabama House of Representatives Health Committee gave favorable report Thursday to a bill that would require Alabama citizens to see a medical professional face to face after four telehealth visits for the same illness.
The innovative program, located in Birmingham, seeks early stage startups focused on emerging energy technologies.
Former Trump administration staffers, including the former president’s son Donald Trump Jr., are launching news aggregation app MxM (minute by minute) News.
Lightsource bp has secured a $100 million financing package for its 130-megawatt Black Bear Solar energy project in Montgomery County.
Office Exchange will bring its marketplace platform technology, which connects parties interested in forming short-term leases for commercial properties, to Alabama.
The Huntsville-based HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology has launched a new startup business accelerator focused on advancements in the agriculture technology sector.