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Congratulations to Escambia High School’s Human Exploration Rover Challenge Team on winning the AIAA Neil Armstrong Best Design Award for the high school division! This award recognizes the team that best designed their rover to take on the punishing Rover Challenge course, making maximum use of resources and ingenuity, and is presented in the name … Read more

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COVID-19 has caused a global shift; How does Pensacola position itself for the new dynamic? Though the COVID-19 Pandemic has presented challenges for business worldwide, this is an unprecedented opportunity for us here in the Greater Pensacola area. Though the pandemic has been difficult for businesses, in any crisis there are opportunities to emerge even … Read more

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One of Co:Lab’s busiest tenants during the COVID-19 pandemic has been IT Support Providers Data Revolution.  Their assistance has helped Northwest Florida businesses remain connected in a variety of ways. “There is no perfect solution because everyone has a different need, but we are doing our best,” says Jay Smith, Managing Partner. On the phone … Read more

Tides are changing in the Gulf Coast as a recent increase in support from the Homeland Security Department (DHS) and the National Security Agency (NSA) further solidifies the future of the flourishing cybersecurity industry in Pensacola, Florida. With a strong cyber workforce graduating from the University of West Florida (UWF) and ample funding, the Pensacola … Read more

Students at Pine Forest High School will benefit from a statewide investment by AT&T this year – one that seeks to increase understanding of how classroom curriculum translates into STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) careers. For ten consecutive years, AT&T is working with the Consortium of Florida Education Foundations (CFEF) to provide experiential learning … Read more

The University of West Florida has been awarded a five-year grant totalling approximately $2.4 million to prepare cybersecurity students for federal, state, local and tribal government organizations amid a cyber workforce shortage. The National Science Foundation CyberCorps® Scholarship For Service grant will provide scholarships for 23 undergraduate and graduate cybersecurity, computer science and information technology … Read more

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Go.Verizon.com  gathered data from nearly 300 cities across the country, focusing on certain factors that would categorize them as “small” without dipping below the mark to “town” status. These elements also indicated the financial climate of each city and an overview of its demographics. Such factors included population, education, commute time, income per capita, broadband … Read more