Italy creates its own Silicon Valley of agriculture

Italy has given the green light to a major center for the development of green technologies for the agricultural sector. The project, nicknamed without imagination ‘Agri Hub 5.0 ′, will be established in an agricultural area near Pavia at the initiative of the Lombardy region. Riccagioia The region allocates the …

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‘Speak with your heart and they will listen to you’: Bay Area organizers discuss their experiences as gender-marginalized activists

As society fights for collective liberation, people must come forward for all members of their community, according to speakers at Friday’s gender and justice summit. Hosted by the Stanford Women’s Community Center (WCC) with support from the Centers for Equity, Community, and Leadership, the event featured keynote speaker Dominique Jackson …

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Worker visits are at 26.1% of the pre-pandemic level

A growing number of states are lifting trade constraints as more Americans are vaccinated against COVID-19, leading people to shop, dine and travel. But the resumption of activity was extremely slow: working from the office. The number of employee office visits in 10 major cities reached 26.1% of the pre-pandemic …

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Missouri State University’s eFactory program seeks start-ups

Timothy Baynes told the News Leader on Friday that when most people think of the “startup ecosystem” of tech companies, they associate sources of initial investment with places like Boston and Silicon Valley. But Baynes, CEO of a Springfield-based startup dedicated to optimizing the online shopping experience by “intelligent recommendation”, …

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