US Taiwan High-Tech Forum

US Taiwan High-Tech Forum (UTHF) is a platform where industry professionals share technological advances that benefit the greater engineering and science communities at large. Specifically, thought leaders from Silicon Valley will share knowledge and innovations that are relevant to high-tech communities in the US and Taiwan. UTHF is now in its 24th year and continues to bring together industry professionals and the emerging technology trends that impact our lives.

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Detroit Free Press: Knight Foundation grants $750K to Detroit’s north end for household internet service

A new grant from the Knight Foundation is poised to provide high-speed internet services for more than 1,000 households in Detroit’s north end. A new grant from the Knight Foundation is poised to provide high-speed internet services for more than 1,000 households in Detroit’s north end.

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TEN Capital Fundraise Launch Program: Setting Valuation Q&A

Once you start your business and are ready to begin raising funding for your startup there are several important factors to consider. One of the most important factors is understanding and setting the valuation of your business. As a startup you want to make sure you understand what your company is worth and how much fundraise is needed. This session will cover how to determining the valuation of your startup in reference to obtaining investors for fundraise.  

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The Evolution of Virtual Care

Join us for the next program in Insights on Innovation for Self-insured Employers, an event series produced by MATTER and Trustmark, to hear from a panel of stakeholders on the rapid evolution of virtual care. The conversation will explore how virtual care options are changing the game for self-insured employers and employees, where the market is going, what self-insured employers are looking for in terms of innovative solutions and how to offer those solutions.

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Detroit Free Press: City of Detroit to partner with tech startup to help identify lead water service lines

The city of Detroit is partnering with an Ann Arbor-based technology startup to predict the location of lead water service lines that are due for replacement in the next two decades, city officials announced Thursday.  The Detroit Water and Sewerage Department will use data from BlueConduit, an analytics company that maps out potential lead service lines, creating models to help identify where lead lines may be based on the known locations of lead pipesand other factors.  

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Sigma Xi STEM Art and Film Festival

The Sigma Xi STEM Art and Film Festival culminates on the final day of the Society’s Annual Meeting and Student Research Conference. The festival is open to the public at no cost. The event showcases creative science-art collaborations and provides a platform to broadly communicate science through different engaging forms of visual and performing arts, including photography, painting, 3D visualization, videos, films, and documentaries.

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D Business: Detroit’s NextEnergy to Manage Hydrogen Refueling Standardization

NextEnergy, a Detroit-based nonprofit technology accelerator, has announced it is the project manager of a new collaboration with the goal of standardizing hydrogen refueling in the heavy-duty vehicle segment. The collaborators include the Hydrogen Heavy Duty Vehicle Industry Group and its members Air Liquide, Hyundai, Nel Hydrogen, Nikola Corp., Shell, and Toyota. 

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