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Cleantech from Canada Welcomed by National Impact Investing Network

Impact Software and Energy Solutions Doing Good in the US
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Now entering its third year conducting online virtual venture fairs, Investors' Circle is pleased to collaborate with the Consulate General of Canada in New York on their first online pitch event for 2013. The new year kick off will present 5 Canadian Cleantech enterprises expanding into and doing business in the US.

Microsoft Announces Four Imagine Cup Grant Winners in Inaugural Year

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Today, we’re announcing the four teams that have been selected as the inaugural Imagine Cup Grant winners! Starting today, these students will continue their journey of transitioning their Imagine Cup project into a startup business or nonprofit organization with support from Microsoft as well as on the ground connections they will soon make.

GM's John Bradburn Discusses Waste Reduction Efforts

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In coordination with the release of our 2011 Corporate Sustainability Report, we shared a video from Dr. Alan Taub where he explained the future of transportation from GM's perspective.

Power Your Future App Contest

With Charlene Lake, chief sustainability officer
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Charlene Lake, AT&T's chief sustainability officer, congratulates the finalists.

The “Power Your Future” mobile application contest is designed to find innovative apps that deliver an environmental or energy efficiency benefit to smartphone users. Interested in learning more? Click here for a video about the contest.
 
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Charlene Lake, AT&T's chief sustainability officer, congratulates the finalists.

The “Power Your Future” mobile application contest is designed to find innovative apps that deliver an environmental or energy efficiency benefit to smartphone users. Interested in learning more? Click here for a video about the contest.
 
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Electrify! with Paras Jain & Ajay Jain

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Paras Jain and Ajay Jain discuss their app, Electrify.

 

Electrify says it puts energy efficiency information and tools in consumers’ hands. With a variety of calculators to show clear savings and a wealth of information from the Department of Energy, users can see the clear upsides of green tech. 
 
The “Power Your Future” mobile application contest is designed to find innovative apps that deliver an environmental or energy efficiency benefit to smartphone users. Interested in learning more? Click here for a video about the contest.
 
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Paras Jain and Ajay Jain discuss their app, Electrify.

 

Electrify says it puts energy efficiency information and tools in consumers’ hands. With a variety of calculators to show clear savings and a wealth of information from the Department of Energy, users can see the clear upsides of green tech. 
 
The “Power Your Future” mobile application contest is designed to find innovative apps that deliver an environmental or energy efficiency benefit to smartphone users. Interested in learning more? Click here for a video about the contest.
 
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Lilly Provides Additional Funding to Infectious Disease Research Institute to Identify New Tuberculosis Therapies

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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Seattle, WA – December 8, 2011 – Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE: LLY) announced that it is providing more than $4 million in additional funding to the Infectious Disease Research Institute. The funding will allow IDRI to continue its early phase drug discovery efforts focused on identifying new and better therapies in the fight against tuberculosis, including multidrug-resistant strains known as MDR-TB.

AT&T "Power Your Future" Sustainability Mobile App Contest

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The “Power Your Future” mobile application contest is designed to find innovative apps that deliver an environmental or energy efficiency benefit to smartphone users. By Dec. 9, 2011, vote on any of four finalist apps at http://att.promo.eprize.com/app, and get automatically enrolled for a chance to win one of ten $100 gift cards being given away this month. AT&T will promote the winning app in AT&T stores around the country. The developer of the winning app will receive a $20,000 grand prize, and the first runner-up will receive $5,000. Interested in learning more? Click here for a video about the contest.

 

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The “Power Your Future” mobile application contest is designed to find innovative apps that deliver an environmental or energy efficiency benefit to smartphone users. By Dec. 9, 2011, vote on any of four finalist apps at http://att.promo.eprize.com/app, and get automatically enrolled for a chance to win one of ten $100 gift cards being given away this month. AT&T will promote the winning app in AT&T stores around the country. The developer of the winning app will receive a $20,000 grand prize, and the first runner-up will receive $5,000. Interested in learning more? Click here for a video about the contest.

 

Microsoft Alumni Foundation Announces 2011 Integral Fellows Award Winners

Bill and Melinda Gates present three nonprofit leaders with grants and support from the Microsoft Alumni Foundation
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(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Seattle, WA – November 17, 2011 – Last night, at the Microsoft Alumni Foundation 2011 Celebration, Bill and Melinda Gates recognized the nominees, finalists and three award-winning Microsoft alumni as the 2011 Integral Fellows.  This is the third annual Foundation celebration honoring former Microsoft employees who have used their talents, time, and resources to make a meaningful difference in the daily lives of others.

Harvard Professor Chris Dede Encourages Teachers to Embrace Mobile Learning Devices to Engage More Students

In an Exclusive Interview for Verizon Thinkfinity Education Speaker Series, Dede Calls for Schools to Evolve to Meet Needs of Global Innovation Economy
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In an exclusive interview for the Verizon Thinkfinity Education Speaker Series, Dr. Chris Dede, the Timothy E. Wirth Professor in Learning Technologies at Harvard Graduate School of Education, discusses how technologies like cell phones, tablets, digital games and virtual worlds used for learning can add to a teacher’s repertoire.

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In an exclusive interview for the Verizon Thinkfinity Education Speaker Series, Dr. Chris Dede, the Timothy E. Wirth Professor in Learning Technologies at Harvard Graduate School of Education, discusses how technologies like cell phones, tablets, digital games and virtual worlds used for learning can add to a teacher’s repertoire.

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