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The 2009 California Competition is pleased to announce the 2009 Semifinalists. The teams will receive expert mentoring, one-on-one consulting, an intensive educational weekend at the Clean Tech Accelerator, plus more supporting events, training and materials. They will be invited to write a business plan and give a pitch to professional investors and experts. Congratulations to these teams: Air, Water & Waste Category Driptech GoGoVerde Highlands Soil & Water InnoSepra Micromidas NanoBrane OndaVia Solar Alchemy, Inc. Solum, inc Energy Efficiency Category, Sponsored by Pacific Gas & Electric, San Diego Gas & Electric and Southern ...
The two schools are separated by and have been heated rivals since 1893. The two schools, in essence, are not only competing in athletics but are also competing for government and private funding, potential students, and amongst other things academic recognition in the State of Georgia and the United States . 1 Georgia Institute of Technology (commonly referred to as Georgia Tech, Tech, The Institute or GT), is an engineering research university located in the state's capital and largest city, Atlanta . The University of Georgia (commonly referred to as Georgia or UGA) is located in Athens , Georgia and is a liberal arts ...
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Clint Wilder: Clean Energy Outlook: Hands Off the Panic Button
About 18 months ago, the clean tech buzz was all the rage. Billions of venture capital dollars were pouring in to clean energy technology startups, solar and biofuels stock prices (like the overall market) were soaring, and a new booming industry was well underway. Yet as soon as this happened, the voices of panic sprang up in Silicon Valley and beyond. Is this a bubble? It looks like another dot-com implosion waiting to happen! Be very afraid! Now there's a whole different kind of panic, reflected in recent stories in the New York Times , Washington Post , and many other outlets, about sudden big trouble in the clean tech ... market research, surveys and trends
Wednesday roundup: Imperium's algae bet, Clearwire expands ...
Thursday roundup: Social networking for UW alums, Etch-A-Sketch for real estate, iLike passes 2 million, Jobster's woes » Wednesday roundup: Imperium's algae bet, Clearwire expands, Startup demo, etc. Corn, soybeans, canola and palm oil all are used to produce biofuels. Now, looking to create a more cost-effective product, Seattle-based Imperium Renewables said it is working with South San Francisco-based Solazyme to create biodiesel from algae . Solazyme plans to generate the oil from microalgae, with Imperium converting it into biodiesel at its Seattle plant. In its recent IPO filing , Imperium said that it ... market research, surveys and trends

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The 2009 California Competition is pleased to announce the 2009 Semifinalists. The teams will receive expert mentoring, one-on-one consulting, an intensive educational weekend at the Clean Tech Accelerator, plus more supporting events, training and materials. They will be invited to write a business plan and give a pitch to professional investors and experts. Congratulations to these teams: Air, Water & Waste Category Driptech GoGoVerde Highlands Soil & Water InnoSepra Micromidas NanoBrane OndaVia Solar Alchemy, Inc. Solum, inc Energy Efficiency Category, Sponsored by Pacific Gas & Electric, San Diego Gas & Electric and Southern ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Top 10 Seattle tech stories of the year
At this time of year, the business news cycle starts to slow and editors ask us to come up with lists to help people put the year in perspective. It's a good exercise for a daily beat reporter, as there's certainly been a lot to digest in the Seattle tech industry. Here are some of the highlights -- or lowlights, if you will -- from the past 12 months. Imperium's biodiesel gamble : This could be the year that clean tech -- biodiesel, ethanol, solar and wind power -- grabbed the consciousness of America. Nearly everywhere you turned -- from National Geographic to BusinessWeek -- people were discussing alternative ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Inside Line: In NASCAR, a little anger can be a good thing
As post-race altercations go, it wasn’t much. It wasn’t as historic as Cale Yarborough slinging his helmet at Donnie Allison in Daytona, as vicious as Kevin Harvick trying to strangle Greg Biffle in Bristol, or as inherently comic as Jeff Gordon chasing Tony Stewart through the garage area at Watkins Glen. There wasn’t even a memorable your-wife-wears-the-firesuit remark. Cup Series director John Darby said he’d seen more shoving trying to get into a Wal-Mart. So no, the fracas at Michigan International Raceway involving Joey Logano and Ryan Newman was far from memorable, although who knows what it might ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Why Oracle, not Sun, sued Google over Java
Sun executives were hardly happy when Google revealed how Android would make use of some Java technology without paying Sun any license fees. But it took Oracle's cold calculation and financial strength to turn that dissatisfaction into a lawsuit. On Thursday, Oracle sued Google for patent and copyright infringement concerning use of Java in Android , setting the stage for an expensive, potentially protracted clash of titans. "In developing Android, Google knowingly, directly, and repeatedly infringed Oracle's Java-related intellectual property," the company said in a statement. Although Android's ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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CLEAN TECH JOB TRENDS - Clean Edge - The Clean-Tech Market Authority
the buzz. The Singapore Economic Development. Board expects 7000 clean-tech jobs to be created across all clean-tech sectors by 2015. The NUS solar and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Clean Tech Job Trends 2009, October 2009
industry development and spinoffs. the buzz. The Singapore Economic Development. Board expects 7000 clean-tech jobs to be created across all clean-tech ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Highlights of CEIBS' Clean Tech Conference - CHINA EUROPE ...
        The outlook in China for the emerging field of "clean tech" (businesses supporting environmental protection and preservation) was the topic of a lively evening panel discussion on April 1 which attracted 300 attendees to the CEIBS auditorium. The verdict? Clean tech is a hot emerging sector with high potential for investors.         Entitled "Venture Capital Investments and Exits in the Clean Tech Industry," the event featured six experts in this new sector. Organized by CEIBS' Entrepreneurship Club, Finance Club, and ...
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Air Force Tech School - Male Hair Standards? - Yahoo! Answers
My question is for Tech School. Tech school is longer...like college training for your milirtaty carrear. Will the Grooming standards be the nice and short (no more than 4 inches...and none hanging off of ears) ...or will it be a total shave buzz cutt throught the education process? just curious. ohh, I should mention that I'm Male 4 months ago Member since: December 04, 2008 Total points: 1182 (Level 3) You hair always has to always comply with the regulations. For the Air Force: Will not touch the ears and only closely cut or shaved hair on the back of the neck may touch the collar. Will not exceed 1 1/4 inches in ...
How do I get rid of Buzz? - Gmail Help
Wow. A google employee answer. This is a first on any Google Product Help forum I have used:  Never any replies for other questions re Gmail, such as nested labels,,, Never any replies by a Google Employee re Google Calendar. And for sure never a reply from a Google Employee for problems with YouTube, no longer being able to log in, and going into endless circles of go here, now go there, now here, now there. See, that wasn't so hard at all to answer a user's questions. Do you think you can generate some interest at your next "Off-site"  in having the company hire people specifically to help solve user questions ...