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TEDCO invests in NuMoon Technologies in Columbia

TEDCO announced its recent round of investments in six startup companies, including one based in Columbia, and funding to 15 university projects through the Maryland...

Biz Kidz hands out Annual Award

Biz Kidz Academy is a non-profit 501(c) organization, founded by Dr. Marlene Jackson and her daughter, Ashley Jackson. The Christian-focused organization was established to...

CoStar Group acquires Off Campus Partners

CoStar Group, a provider of commercial real estate information, analytics and online marketplaces that operates offices in Columbia Gateway Office Park, has acquired Off...

AACC Receives Million Dollar Gift to Support New Trades Center

Donors James and Janet Clauson, of Crownsville, have made a commitment of $1 million to support the construction of a Center for Innovation and...

APL to host AI Challenge

The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), in Laurel, is chairing a reconnaissance blind chess (RBC) competition as part of the 33rd Conference on...

Preschool/Child Care fair set for Jan. 27

The 2019 Preschool/Child Care Information Fair, Children On Board, will provide parents, guardians, grandparents and child care personnel with one-stop shopping for information on...

Quantum Alliance to boost quantum science

The Maryland Quantum Alliance – a regional consortium of quantum scientists and engineers from across academia, national laboratories and industry – has launched. Led by the University of...

District 1 – 2020 Howard County Board of Education Primary Election Voters’ Guide

As a service to our readers, The Business Monthly asked Howard County Board of Education candidates running in the 2020 Primary Election to provide...

Fort Meade reopens STEM Center

Fort Meade has announced the grand opening of its renovated after-school youth services Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Center of Innovation. The new...

Colleges and schools go online during quarantine

Maryland schools will be closed at least until May 15, said Karen Salmon, state superintendent of schools. Aside from the scramble to ensure continuity of...

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