MHTA — Last week, MHTA’s president and CEO, Margaret Anderson Kelliher, and director of public policy and research, John Dukich, visited Washington, DC to advocate for Minnesota’s science and technology community. The two-day visit was part of CompTIA’s annual DC fly-in event, which attracts hundreds of industry experts and members of other state technology councils to the nation’s capital to share expertise and discuss policy issues related to the nation’s technology industry.
MHTA participates in CompTia’s DC Fly-In event
Gravitational wave detection used supercomputing system of Burnsville’s Nor-Tech
When scientists last September heard and recorded the sound of two black holes colliding a billion light-years away, they did it with a high-performance cluster of computers designed and built by Nor-Tech, a Burnsville firm that is a relative newcomer in the supercomputing industry.
Tech.2016: Health IT pushes new boundaries
MHTA – Even before the calendar turned over to 2016, it was clear the rapid pace of change would continue to this year. Health care leaders are turning to technology for solutions that support everything from reform mandates and mergers to new possibilities made possible by device mesh and improved data integration. Two local health technology leaders will offer their perspective on these changes and the impact on their businesses at MHTA’s Tech.2016 event Thursday, March 3 in Golden Valley.
Driving Change with Loren Brown, CIO of Capella
MHTA — Driving Change is a show produced and hosted by Jeff Martin, CEO of Collective Genius, where he goes for a drive with leading technology executives and digs deep into their beliefs, habits, routines, and influences.
STEM Fuse partnering with Samsung to address K-12 STEM learning gaps
MHTA — Samsung has announced a partnership with STEM Fuse and Tidebreak on two new education solutions to enhance science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) curriculum, and create more collaborative learning spaces.