B/CS Lemonade Day: empowering youth to become entrepreneurs


Registration Underway for Lemonade Day Now is the time for Bryan-College Station youth to register to take part in Lemonade Day 2014, a nationwide event that uses the lemonade stand experience to teach entrepreneurship to a future generation of businessmen and women. Lemonade … [Read more...]

Nobel Prize winner, former A&M professor Norman Borlaug getting Capitol honor


From: The Eagle, by Allen Reed  |  Posted: 25 Mar 2014 The man who saved a billion lives, former A&M professor Norman Borlaug, will be enshrined in the U.S. Capitol on Tuesday. To coincide with what would have been his 100th birthday, the state of Iowa, Borlaug's … [Read more...]

College Station Ranks 7th For Top Texas City On The Rise


From: KBTX  |  Published: 18 Mar 2014 COLLEGE STATION, Texas: College Station is catching the attention of a consumer finance group as one of the top ten cities on the rise in Texas. News 3 spoke with city officials and the Texas A&M System about what this free … [Read more...]

College Station ranks 7th on “Cities on the Rise in Texas”


From: NerdWallet, Excerpts  |  Published: 17 Mar 2014 In business, population and income, there’s no doubt that Texas is on the rise. Texas experienced more high-paying job growth than the rest of the country over the last 13 years, according to new research from the Dallas … [Read more...]

NASA negotiating back-up mission control center in Dowtown Bryan


From: The Eagle, by Beth Brown  |  Published: 14 Mar 2014 NASA's mission control might soon move its back-up operations from Alabama to Downtown Bryan. Local startup company TSTAR -- Texas Space Technology Applications and Research -- signed an agreement with the NASA … [Read more...]

Agreement Could Bring NASA Backup Mission Control to Bryan


From: KBTX  |  Published: 14 Mar 2014 BRYAN, Texas An agreement between a Bryan-based company and NASA could bring a new mission control to Downtown Bryan. Texas Space Technology Application & Research (TSTAR) signed a Space Act Agreement with NASA on Thursday in … [Read more...]

Space still is exciting, especially now in Downtown Bryan

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From: The Eagle, by Eagle Editorial Board  |  Published: 16 Mar 2014 Jackie Gleason played it for laughs when his Ralph Kramden "threatened" his wife, "To the moon, Alice. To the moon." John F. Kennedy, however, was completely serious when, on May 25, 1961, he told … [Read more...]

Oil companies showing more interest in Brazos Valley


From: The Eagle, by Beth Brown  |  Posted: 13 Mar 2014 Interest is picking up for oil and gas activity in Brazos County and the Brazos Valley region. Brazos County is on the tail end of the Eagle Ford Shale, one of the most active drilling sites in America, which produced … [Read more...]

BioFORCE Summer Academy 2014 Student Opportunity- Texas A&M University


The National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing (NCTM) at Texas A&M University will be hosting its BioFORCE Summer Academy for interested high school students.  BioFORCE is an experiential Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) program of the NCTM that … [Read more...]

Texas Aggies Go To War Exhibit Collaboration Formalized


From: KAGS, by Monica Castro  | Posted: 25 Feb 2014 Aggies are strengthening global bonds after leaders from Bastogne, Belgium and the Brazos Valley formalized the creation of the Texas Aggies Go To War exhibit in Bastogne. Pen to paper, with their signatures starts a … [Read more...]