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The Blue Collar STEM Conference looks to help students learn about new career paths in established industries

In its second year, the Maryland STEM Festival event looks to provide high school students an up-close look at the jobs Baltimore employers need to fill. The November 5 event also features a daytime conference.

Baltimore-area employers posted 42K tech jobs over 12 months: report

AgPitch18 seeks startups working on the future of farming

Baltimore receives $2M from state for police record management system

SBIR Proposal Lab seeks to help entrepreneurs seeking seed funding from the U.S. government

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At CyberMaryland, Baltimore startup Point3 Security organized a capture the flag tournament

The Space Apps Challenge is landing at Johns Hopkins this weekend

Here’s why two leaders of Port Covington’s first cybersecurity companies see it as an ideal hub

JHU startup PathoVax raises $2.75M, grows team

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Port Covington developers plan to build ‘Cyber Town, USA,’ announce first three tenants

Spaces opens its first Baltimore coworking spot in Stadium Square

Here’s a look at what’s new for 2018 at UMD’s Technica, the world’s largest female hackathon

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Keswick teamed with a Baltimore startup to build a tech platform that powers community-based healthcare

Inside The Forge, a new business incubator in Dundalk

Where hospitals face cyber threats, inside and out

With community markets, Hungry Harvest looks to expand affordable produce access in food-insecure areas

Power Moves: A look at recent hiring and leadership changes around Baltimore’s tech community

Morgan State University is leading a smart cities training program

5 takeaways on the future of tech hiring from Catalyte CEO Jacob Hsu

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