Tennessee dropped four spots – from 36 to 40 – in the Milken Institute’s latest “State Technology and Science Index.” The organization considers human capital investment, risk capital and entrepreneurial investment, research and development inputs, technology concentration and dynamism, and technology and science workforce. Tennessee was ranked 40th, 22nd, 36th, 41st, and 42nd respectively. Click here to read the Miliken Institute’s release and access links to the data.
"What's the Big Idea 48-Hour Pitch Competition" Finale
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TAEBC Annual Meeting
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