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The Mill Coffee & Bistro to open at Nebraska Innovation Campus

NIC's first restaurant has deep roots in Lincoln.

Daniel and Tamara Sloan, owners of The Mill Coffee & Tea, announced their plans to open a third Lincoln location at Nebraska Innovation Campus this summer.

The new shop, to be called The Mill Coffee & Bistro, will feature The Mill’s signature coffees and teas as well as an expanded food menu of breakfast items, lunch items, small plates, snacks, wine and beer.

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Future home of The Mill Coffee & Bistro at Nebraska Innovation Campus.

Lincoln ag tech company raises $3.2 million

A Lincoln-based agriculture technology startup has raised more than $3 million from investors.

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NIC welcomes new partner to Biotech Connector

Nebraska Innovation Campus has announced a new partner. Dan Duncan, NIC’s executive director, said Adjuvance Technologies Inc. will move into Biotech Connector space on the campus this summer.

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Plant breeding symposium is March 14

The Department of Agronomy and Horticulture invites scientists, researchers, plant breeders, genomicists and students from across the nation to the Nebraska Plant Breeding Symposium from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. March 14, at the Nebraska Innovation Campus Conference Center.

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Frontier Co-op joins Alliance for Advanced Sanitation

Frontier Co-op, a leader in natural and organic products, has joined the Alliance for Advanced Sanitation.

The alliance, previously called the Alliance for Advanced Food Sanitation, launched by the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and founding industry partners in 2015, works to improve sanitation approaches and practices with and for the food industry.

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Fungi expert helps craft beer project

A fungi expert at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has helped define the funk behind Nebraska's first all-homegrown craft beer.

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Nebraska's Heather Hallen-Adams holds a beaker of the yeast she helped identify for Lincoln's Boiler Brewing Company. The yeast was used to brew Nebraska Native, an American wild ale and the first commercially available craft beer made only from Nebraska ingredients.

Nebraska Safety Center renews $3.4M grant for transit drivers

The Nebraska Safety Center received a $3.4 million grant to train transit drivers from transportation, bus and transit companies across Nebraska.

The grant, from the Nebraska Department of Roads, follows a three-year collaboration between the Nebraska Safety Center at the University of Nebraska at Kearney’s College of Business and Technology and Center for Public Affairs Research at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

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A $3.4 million grant will help train the people who provide transportation options in rural Nebraska, Nebraska Safety Center Executive Director Mick Anderson said. “Transportation has a big impact on rural economies. This program will help improve the quality of living and the economy in rural areas.”

The Gilded Swine food cart enters UNL food truck scene

On October 4, the owners of the food cart The Gilded Swine were ready to go.

Unfortunately, it rained the entire morning and the cart had to cancel that day.

“Just kind of dealing with the ups and downs of that can be kind of fun sometimes,” co-owner and chef Brandon Fowler said.

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The Gilded Swine serves lunch at Nebraska Innovation Campus. [Photo provided by Hannah DePriest.]

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