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Mozilla Awards $241,000 to Explore the Intersection of Gigabit Technology and Civics, Robotics, Farming, and More

Jenn Beard

Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund will support 19 grantees across Austin, Chattanooga and Kansas City Mozilla is pleased to announce the nineteen grant award recipients in Austin, Kansas City and Chattanooga that will receive support from the Gigabit Community Fund. Grantees … Continue reading

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2016 Round 1 Mozilla Gigabit Fund grantees announced

Jenn Beard

Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund awards $134,000 to nine grantees across Chattanooga and Kansas City Mozilla is pleased to announce the nine grant award recipients in Kansas City and Chattanooga that will receive funds from the Gigabit Community Fund. Grantees across … Continue reading

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The White House Science Fair is today

Jenn Beard

Today, for the sixth consecutive year, President Obama is celebrating all things STEM with students from across the country at the White House Science Fair. View the White House press release, full release can be found here. You can join … Continue reading

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Gigabit VR: Putting the World into Our Kids’ Hands

Lindsey Frost

As part of our new application cycle, we’re exploring four areas in which we think next-generation networks could have a big impact on learning: virtual reality, video, big data, and connected devices. Contemplating a Gigabit Community Fund application but don’t … Continue reading

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Mozilla Announces Expansion of Gigabit Innovation Program at US Ignite Event in Washington, DC

Lindsey Frost

Today, Mozilla representatives are in Washington,DC with our partners from the National Science Foundation and US Ignite announcing the opening of the Mozilla Gigabit Community Fund for 2016. $300,000 will be made available for pilot projects that show how high-speed … Continue reading

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