Some 45 percent of information technology professionals intend to search for or accept a new position in 2017, according to a survey by IT company Spiceworks.
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Industry leaders in the U.S. are hoping to reinstate the funding and research for hypersonic flight, reported Space Daily.
On the heels of two losing years, the 2017 outlook for the Canadian gas and oil industry looks promising.
Nearing completion, the expansion of Highway 16 that has been in progress since 2014 will be opened almost an entire year earlier than anticipated, according to CBC News.
Engineers at Duke and North Carolina State University have developed acoustic holograms that could improve medical treatments and offer new ways of manipulating materials and sound, Engineering.
Nine tech companies, including IBM Corp and Google, have teamed up to take on Intel Corp. The newly formed group is set to unveil an open technical standard that can boost datacenter server performance by up to 10 times, reported Reuters.
According to a new study from the Metropolitan Policy Program at The Brookings Institution, employment in the gig economy is growing faster than payroll employment, CNBC reported.
The Canadian Securities Administrators recently named cybersecurity as a top area of concern in the country, the Financial Post reported.
Aerospace and aviation industry leaders recently gathered in Montreal for the 2016 Civil Aviation Week conference, hosted by Airports Council International, Canttech Letter reported.