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Kingdom Scene Endeavors Vice President Julie McWilliams, left, and President Zach Fay pose with characters from Lightgliders video game. (David Nicklaus/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/MCT)

Positive values at play

Kid-tested online virtual world, financed by investors, aims to entertain while gently delivering often-absent influences into young lives

Sandia materials engineer Marcus Chavez shows the microscale fiber-optic sensor that he and two other Sandia scientists developed. Chavez showed the invention to New Mexico Angels on Thursday to entice them to invest in potential market applications, such as embedding the sensors in jet engines or car motors for real-time diagnostics of performance and safety. Photo: Kevin Robinson-Avila                             krobinson-avila@abqjournal.com Thu Sep 25 15:42:11 -0600 2014 1411681329 FILENAME: 179174.jpg

Investors get a peek behind the fence at Sandia

Sandia shows off cutting-edge technologies such as microscale solar cells and tiny fiber-optic sensors that can provide real-time diagnostics on performance and safety

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ABQ’s Lavu expanding in Europe

Lavu Inc., Albuquerque’s homegrown point-of-sale software firm for restaurants and hotels, is ramping up in Europe through new partnerships with… more »

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