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Lego Robot Multi Shaft Assembly
Dr. Chandra Sledge Mathias moved to Memphis from North Carolina last month to begin her work as the Principal of Crosstown High.

Crosstown High School driving to be a 21st century model

Students are learning how drones are used in agriculture.

Summer AgTech Youth program takes off at the Agricenter

The city targeted Peabody Place for the project due to its excess capacity. For two blocks, a lane of traffic was removed but it’s still similar to what was there before – parking on both sides of the street, one lane eastbound, one lane westbound. T

Great Streets pilot project reshapes vision for Memphis roadways

Memhis 3.0 event Ballet Memphis

Memphis 3.0 event maps early progress

GraphStory founder Greg Jordan checks on GraphStory software.

Startup GraphStory raises $1M, continues to grow in Memphis

HopeWorks will be moving into the neighborhood in September.  They are in the process of renovating the former Southern Security Federal Credit Union on Summer Avenue to equip it for classroom instruction for the Personal and Career Development and a

New hope brims for HopeWorks’ new Summer Avenue location

Memphis Innoation Bootcamp

Key partners rethink healthcare access to prevent 9-1-1 overuse

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Technology is an increasingly important engine in the local economy, which means more of Memphis' businesses, government and institutions are aggressively investing in the development of high tech talent. And our tech growth is diversified; we have a broad representation of science and technology business. Buckman Laboratories, Medtronic Sofamor Danek, Morgan-Keegan, Sharp Manufacturing of America, Smith & Nephew, and Wright Medical Technologies all have headquarters in our backyard, to name a few.

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