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Vancouver-based ZoomInfo reports revenue increase in first quarter

May 7, 2024, 6:54pm Business

In its latest earnings report, Vancouver tech company ZoomInfo saw increasing revenues, but executives continued to point to challenges in the market. Read story

Camas-based tech manufacturer nLIGHT reports loss in first quarter

May 2, 2024, 5:08pm Business

Amid its transformation as a company, local tech manufacturer nLIGHT reported a loss in its most recent earnings report. Read story

Mohammed &ldquo;Giga&rdquo; Alqeeq, left, and Dwight Hughes of Clark College tour the school&rsquo;s cybersecurity lab. As the cybercrime industry has boomed, the college&rsquo;s 4-year-old cybersecurity bachelor&rsquo;s program is now operating at capacity.

Defending cyberspace: Cyberattacks have become a cost of doing business in Clark County

Mohammed &ldquo;Giga&rdquo; Alqeeq, left, and Dwight Hughes of Clark College tour the school&rsquo;s cybersecurity lab. As the cybercrime industry has boomed, the college&rsquo;s 4-year-old cybersecurity bachelor&rsquo;s program is now operating at capacity.

April 13, 2024, 6:14am Business

About seven years ago, Clark College’s technology lab was hacked. Today, that’s where students in the college’s new cybersecurity bachelor’s degree program are learning how to fend off similar attacks. Read story

In &ldquo;The Principle of Relativity,&rdquo; published in 1923, Albert Einstein called out to the scientists of the future for help proving his theories. Vancouver resident Toby Dittrich, who teaches physics at Portland Community College, is looking forward to doing just that in April.

Proving Einstein: Vancouver physics professor and his students will use the eclipse to confirm theory of relativity

In &ldquo;The Principle of Relativity,&rdquo; published in 1923, Albert Einstein called out to the scientists of the future for help proving his theories. Vancouver resident Toby Dittrich, who teaches physics at Portland Community College, is looking forward to doing just that in April.

April 2, 2024, 6:05am Clark County Life

In a 1923 book called “The Principle of Relativity,” Albert Einstein seemed to call out to better-equipped scientists of the future to establish the truth of his mind-bending theoretical work. Read story

Students Bella Bir, 16, from left, and Garance Herve-Mignucci, 15, use vacuum technology to pick up different items during a tour of the Clark College Columbia Tech Center campus hydraulic and pneumatics systems lab.

Elevating STEM education: Vancouver nonprofit iUrban Teen encourages youth of color to get involved in field early

Students Bella Bir, 16, from left, and Garance Herve-Mignucci, 15, use vacuum technology to pick up different items during a tour of the Clark College Columbia Tech Center campus hydraulic and pneumatics systems lab.

April 1, 2024, 8:03pm Clark County News

Careers in the science, technology, engineering and math fields are quickly growing, data shows. But diversity of the workforce lags. Read story

A sign is shown over a phone holder Feb. 23 in a classroom at Delta High School in Delta, Utah. At the rural Utah school, there is a strict policy requiring students to check their phones at the door when entering every class. Each classroom has a cellphone storage unit that looks like an over-the-door shoe bag with three dozen smartphone-sized slots.

Lawmakers weigh in on cellphones in schools, say if school leaders won’t ban them, they will

A sign is shown over a phone holder Feb. 23 in a classroom at Delta High School in Delta, Utah. At the rural Utah school, there is a strict policy requiring students to check their phones at the door when entering every class. Each classroom has a cellphone storage unit that looks like an over-the-door shoe bag with three dozen smartphone-sized slots.

March 23, 2024, 6:05am Politics

At David H. Hickman High School in Columbia, Mo., the rule is that students must keep their cellphones out of sight during class. In reality, the teachers tasked with enforcing the rule are no match for teenagers’ “almost compulsive” need to be on their phones all the time, said science… Read story

Tech company Jabil announces it is laying off 120 of its staff in Vancouver.

Tech company Jabil to lay off 120, close its east Vancouver branch operation

Tech company Jabil announces it is laying off 120 of its staff in Vancouver.

March 4, 2024, 5:59pm Business

American high-tech company Jabil is laying off 120 people amid the closure of its Vancouver operation. Read story

Absci launches $75 million public offering

February 28, 2024, 5:55am Business

Absci, a drug creation company driven by artificial intelligence, announced Wednesday it has started a public offering of $75 million worth of shares of its common stock. Read story

A photo from nLIGHT shows the company's facility in Camas.

Camas’ nLIGHT reports $13.2 million quarterly loss

A photo from nLIGHT shows the company's facility in Camas.

February 22, 2024, 5:47pm Business

Camas-based laser manufacturer nLIGHT reported a $13.2 million quarterly net loss in its latest financial earnings report released Thursday. Still, revenues exceeded the company’s forecast for the quarter. Read story

Co-founders Ty Frackiewicz, left, and Ryan Fink give a demonstration for the media at their downtown business, Digs. Digs is a web-based collaboration software for homebuilders and homeowners.

Downtown Vancouver AI firm Digs raises its roof

Co-founders Ty Frackiewicz, left, and Ryan Fink give a demonstration for the media at their downtown business, Digs. Digs is a web-based collaboration software for homebuilders and homeowners.

February 19, 2024, 6:05am Business

Clark County natives Ryan Fink and Ty Frackiewicz are serial entrepreneurs. Their latest tech startup, Digs, combines their collective passions for artificial intelligence and homebuilding. The company’s web-based software creates digital blueprints and helps homebuilders manage collaboration. Read story