A New Deal for Young People: How Sealevel is Helping Shape Futures

Whenever times are tough, young people are hit the hardest. Youth unemployment soared during the 2010 recession, reaching almost 20 percent on a national level, and even today the number of young people out of work is double the national unemployment rate. According to a recent article in the New York Times, this is happening […]

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Cloudy, With a Chance of Innovation: Cloud Computing Services and How We Use Them

Do you use any of the following? ● DropBox ● Spotify ● Netflix ● Adobe Creative Cloud ● Hulu ● YouTube ● Facebook (or any other social media) ● Any Google service: Gmail, Drive, etc If you answered “Yes,” then you are one of, well, almost everyone who uses the cloud every day. And this […]

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Business and Education Workforce Force Development

On March 3 of this year, Clemson University held a Business and Education Forum focused on preparing students for the workforce of the future. Mike Derby, Chair PACE, the Program of Alternative Certification for Educators (PACE), opened the forum with comments about PACE and the need for workforce training and education in the Anderson, Pickens […]

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We Interrupt Your Business to Bring You: Disruptive Technology

Once upon a time, if you didn’t have a car and needed to get from a restaurant to your hotel, you hailed a taxi. Now, you might just as easily – perhaps more easily – use Uber. Whereas in the past you might have used a travel agent in your hometown to book a vacation, […]

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The Broadband Opportunity Council Report: White House Calls for Broadband for All

At the end of September, the White House released proposals to expand and increase the Internet’s speed. It’s a clear message that broadband is not the luxury it once was. The U.S. views the Internet as a necessity, and the government recognizes the need to create a broadband strategy to expand service and improve connection […]

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Technology for 2016

The start of a happy New Year and CES 2016 inspire many to publish their predictions for the top technology trends. There is a flood of articles posted the first week of 2016 related to consumer electronics and we couldn’t help to respond!  At Sealevel, we are also interested in how manufacturing technologies will evolve by the end of this […]

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High-Speed Internet Service for All?

You might know him as the CEO and CTO of his spacecraft company SpaceX, an organization with lofty goals like establishing greenhouses on Mars. Maybe instead you know him as the CEO of Tesla Motors, known for their electric vehicles like the Model S P85D sedan, which recently received the highest safety rating of any […]

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All I Wanted for Christmas

The fun and success of last year’s 12 days of #Techmas blog series had us all scratching our heads, what kind of cool gadgets would we find under this year’s tree? Some Sealevel folks weighed in on the best gifts they received this holiday season.  What we learned is that it’s not all technical around […]

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Wearable Technology in the Military

The U.S. military takes seriously the need to equip its personnel with the best, safest and most reliable technology available. Each branch’s unique tasks necessitate specialized technology. Take the Air Force, for example. Have you heard of BATMAN? No, not Bruce Wayne. BATMAN, or Battlefield Air Targeting Man-Aided k(N)owledge, is an Air Force Research Laboratory […]

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Sealevel Exhibits at Minnesota Medtech Week

With over 1,000 exhibitors and more than 50 industry experts sharing the latest in medical technology, Minnesota Medtech Week, held November 4-5, 2015, is a must for medical innovators. This year’s speakers include representatives from Boston Scientific, United Healthcare, St. Jude Medical, IBM Watson Health and Stratasys, among many others. Conference session topics will include […]

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