Monthly Archives: April 2016

Portland State computer engineer Christof Teuscher inspired by biology, keen on collaboration across disciplines

Inspiration for new technologies often can be found in biological systems. A classic example is how plant burrs sticking to an engineer’s dog led to the creation of Velcro. Following in such traditions is Christof Teuscher, an associate professor in … Continue reading

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Digital tech expo to showcase what Vancouver has to offer

Vancouver’s Digital Technology Expo is set to bring students, businesses and other techies together April 28 in the Vancouver Hilton. Many of the day’s activities will be free and will include a demonstration stage, where local students and others will … Continue reading

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Network, grow your skills at ACT-W women in tech event

Advancing the Careers of Technical Women, or ACT-W, is putting on a conference April 22 to 24 in Portland to help build “the future of women in tech” as part of Portland’s growing tech scene. Hours will be 7 a.m. … Continue reading

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Vancouver groups offer ways to mentor students in STEM

If you’re a professional in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) in the Vancouver, Wash., area and looking to do some mentoring of students either individually or as part of a program with your company, here are a couple of … Continue reading

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