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  • Adam Cohen, president of the entity that won the Corfo tender: “Our goal is to generate between 25 to 50 new companies in 10 years” January 14, 2021
    With the focus on putting the Clean Technologies Institute (ITL) into operation soon is the Associated Universities, Inc. (AUI), the entity that won the Corfo tender that is being questioned by another of the consortiums that was in competition.
  • CORFO Selects AUI to Build and Manage the Chilean Instituto de Tecnologías Limpias January 12, 2021
    Santiago, Chile—On January 4th, the Corporación de Fomento de la Producción de Chile (CORFO) Council met to award the Chilean Instituto de Tecnologías Limpias (ITL) construction, management, and operations to AUI.
  • CORFO Selects AUI to Build and Manage the Chilean Institute for Clean Technologies January 5, 2021
    AUI is honored by today’s decision by the Corporación de Fomento de la Producción de Chile (CORFO) to award the Chilean Institute for Clean Technologies (ITL) construction, management, and operations contract to our team.
  • CORFO Awards Institute of Clean Technologies to a Consortium Led by AUI January 5, 2021
    The Corfo Council today awarded the Clean Technologies Institute (ITL), the largest Research and Development (R&D) center and which will be located in the Antofagasta Region, to a consortium led by AUI (Associated Universities Inc)
  • Naperville bioscience lab taking aim at creating system to dramatically cut COVID-19 test processing time January 1, 2021
    A Naperville-based bioscience laboratory could help address the backlog of COVID-19 testing across the country and eventually assist the United States in more quickly confronting a future virulent pandemic.
  • New Partnership Emerges to Battle COVID-19 December 18, 2020
    Naperville, IL—Today AUI and Radiance Diagnostics signed a memorandum of understanding to provide COVID-19 testing, support, and laboratory administration for the federal, state, and local government and businesses that require research and development assistance.
  • Cybersecurity in a fishbowl: How North Carolina’s Board of Elections handled it December 16, 2020
    The following is press coverage on NCSBE Cybersecurity, courtesy of scmagazine.com. Election security has never been more scrutinized than the 2020 presidential elections. It left election boards fighting not only to protect the election from outside influences but also to justify the legitimacy of their own work. Where it succeeded and where it failed makes the […]
  • Industrial Cybersecurity: A Culture Change November 16, 2020
    The following is an article from UPDATE, the official publication of Utah Petroleum Association, Issue 4 2020.  Reliable operational technology (OT) or industrial control systems (ICS) underpin every facet of American lives. Without them, our defenses, our economy, and our national security engine would grind to a halt — especially when so many of these […]
  • How would Trump or Biden deal with grid hacking threats? November 16, 2020
    POLITICS How would Trump or Biden deal with grid hacking threats? Christian Vasquez, E&E News reporter Published: Tuesday, November 3, 2020 President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden have a few competing plans for the nation’s cybersecurity — though experts say they largely expect the next U.S. president to stay the course. Graphic by E&E […]
  • Big Astronomy Planetarium Show Premieres September 26 September 16, 2020
    Big Astronomy planetarium show premieres September 26 Turn your phone into a planetarium with innovative and immersive 360° streaming San Francisco – The Big Astronomy worldwide premiere is coming soon to a smart phone or connected device near you! On September 26 at noon Pacific Time (PT), the new planetarium show Big Astronomy: People, Places, […]