• January 18, 2022

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Fourth Cohort of Technology Hub, Pioneers 21’s Bridge Accelerator now

Officials with Technology Hub and Pioneers 21 announced Wednesday that enrollment is now open for the fourth cohort of The Bridge Accelerator – Binational Supplier Development Program.  Organizers share that small-to-medium sized enterprises (SMEs) should apply quickly to participate, as applications are being accepted through March 23, 2021. “Through its first three cohorts, The Bridge […]Read More

Technology Hub, Pioneers 21’s ‘Bridge Accelerator 2020’ Open for Enrollment

Officials with Technology Hub and Pioneers 21, in partnership with Microsoft, announced the launch the second edition of The Bridge Accelerator – Binational Supplier Development Program. “We are proud to announce the second edition of Bridge Accelerator,” said Ricardo Mora of The Bridge Organizing Committee. “We appreciate the support of Microsoft, Transtelco, Tecma Group, Chihuahua’s Economic […]Read More

Fab Lab El Paso Launches Mobile STEM Lab and Electric

Fab Lab El Paso, a nonprofit makerspace located in Downtown, is launching its ‘Mobile STEM Lab’ with the support of Microsoft, United Way of El Paso County, El Paso Community Foundation, and the Hunt Family Foundation. The Mobile STEM Fab Lab project is an idea pioneered by MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms that brings hands-on […]Read More

UTEP Postdoctoral Researcher receives Microsoft’s AI for Earth Grant

Microsoft has awarded a postdoctoral researcher at The University of Texas at El Paso with a grant to extend the efforts of the College of Science’s Systems Ecology Laboratory in understanding how widespread and ongoing change in Arctic terrestrial ecosystems might threaten not only local natural landscapes and Arctic native communities but also global Earth […]Read More

Microsoft President to Speak at UTEP Monday

Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, will present a free public lecture as part of The University of Texas at El Paso’s Centennial Lecture Series. “We look forward to welcoming Microsoft president Brad Smith to UTEP,” said President Diana Natalicio. “His visit offers a special opportunity for all of us, and especially our students, to share with him the exciting work […]Read More