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National Science Board chair to keynote DSU research event

She’s the head of the National Science Board and has worked with ExxonMobil, IBM and Pfizer. Hear from her Thursday at Dakota State University while taking a look at impressive research from students.

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Biotech company a finalist to become ‘Buzz of BIO’

A Sioux Falls biotech startup is one of 20 finalists to become the “Buzz of BIO” at the international organization’s June convention.

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Biotech startup Nanopareil announces big new investment

South Dakota biotech startup Nanopareil LLC is closing an approximately $1 million investment round to help bring its technology to market.

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FDA leader to share insight at biotech networking breakfast

A longtime leader for the Food and Drug Administration will speak to the area biotech community at a networking breakfast next week.

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Avera’s twins research has worldwide reach

For researchers who want to look at whether a trait or disease is related to genetics, the environment or a combination of the two, there’s no better source to study than twins. And one of the best places to study twins is located right in Sioux Falls.

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Entrepreneurship Day to highlight Sioux Falls startup ecosystem

The five-year anniversary of the 1 Million Cups entrepreneur speaker series in Sioux Falls has prompted the city to declare March 6 as Entrepreneurship Day in the city.

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TEDx returning to Sioux Falls

The speaker series TEDx is coming back to Sioux Falls.

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POET makes list of World’s Most Innovative Companies

POET and its new JIVE asphalt product have earned the No. 3 spot in the transportation category in this year’s Fast Company “World’s Most Innovative Companies.”

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Vermillion poised to capitalize on tech, startup, other business development

From tech companies to startups, downtown to USD, Vermillion is booming almost five years after being named South Dakota’s Large Community of the Year by the governor.

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Research park marks 10 years with plan to more than double in size

“I usually tell people this park is not for them. It’s for their children and grandchildren.” This research park is a long-term play but it’s already bolstering high-tech businesses.

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