The Palm Beach Tech Hackathon is a three day event where participants form teams, vet ideas, create a project, then present their work to an expert panel of judges. Teams will consist of engineers, designers, developers and entrepreneurs, with successful teams having a mix of these areas of expertise and winners walking away with a combination of cash and in kind prizes!
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Christian Londono developed a passion for transit in college during his routine commute on the local bus rapid transit system. In 2014, he graduated with bachelor’s degree in business administration from Northwood University. Upon entering the workforce, he distinguished himself as an enthusiastic leader and innovator in public transportation.
Do you hate going to the dentist? The needles and the pain — no fun. Now, there’s new laser technology that’s helping dentists ditch the drills and giving patients a reason to smile.’ Continue reading “DENTISTS USING LASER TECHNOLOGY WITH NO NEEDLES OR DRILL”
Last month in Los Angeles, the Israel education organization StandWithUs hosted separate trainings for selected North American college and high school students to prepare them to be pro-Israel advocates on their campuses for this 2018-19 school year.
Boca Raton-based TherapeuticsMD began distributing its new product, Imvexxy, to stores recently. It will be available at all major retailers such as CVS, Walgreens and Walmart, as well as small pharmacies.
Young people entering the work force are lacking both the technical and soft skills they need to succeed in the workplace, according to a study released Thursday by the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County.
The Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience (MPFI) announces that Dr. Jason Christie, MPFI Research Group Leader, has been awarded a grant in the amount of $2,082,074 over five-years to support ongoing investigation of neural circuits in the cerebellum that instruct and guide motor learning.
BOCA RATON, Fl. – It’s a national problem that a local university could help. According to CNN, there is a pilot shortage in the US.
As Microsoft Enterprise Resource Planning [ERP] business management tools grow in complexity and demand, so follows the increased need to attract top talent that will not only fit, but thrive in the distinctive ERP environment.