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Semiconductor industry

Governor Ducey Announces $100 Million To Enhance Arizona Semiconductor Ecosystem

Historic funding increases Arizona competitiveness for additional public, private investment Governor Doug Ducey announced Friday a historic $100 million investment in Arizona’s fast-growing semiconductor industry to spur greater growth in a critical sector of the state’s economy. “Arizona has earned a place as one of the world’s leading destinations for chip design, manufacturing and innovation,”

Buz Blog

Opinion: Why School Board Elections Are So Important – Buz Williams

Many people, maybe a majority of voters, don’t vote in School Governing Board elections. In the Tri-City area, with all our retirees, many of them may think that since none of their children or grandkids attend local schools, school board decisions don’t effect them. Those who feel this way are greatly mistaken. First, since a

Opinion

Opinion: CHIPS and Science Is Just the Start – Inside Sources

The CHIPS and Science Act is a result of something exciting on Capitol Hill: a productive discussion about the next generation of American research that prioritizes investment in science. In addition to the $54 billion for semiconductor innovation, manufacturing, and research and development, it is thrilling to see a bipartisan majority in Congress step up

Opinion

Opinion – Point: The Webb Telescope Is a Bargain – Inside Sources

Photo: Mirror Assembly for the James Webb Space Telescope (Courtesy NASA) Those spectacular pictures of galaxies forming at a time very near the origin of the universe from the James Webb Space Telescope came at a pretty price: $9.7 billion, to be precise. It is fair to ask, “Is the Webb telescope project worth the

Water

Arizona Water Protection Fund Accepting Applications for Fiscal Year 2023 Grant Cycle

The Arizona Water Protection Fund (AWPF) supports projects that develop or implement on the ground measures that directly maintain, enhance and restore Arizona’s river and riparian resources. The AWPF Commission will be accepting applications for the Fiscal Year 2023 grant cycle, and will award grants under three categories: capital projects, research, and water conservation. The

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