Libraries Present Introductory Technology How-To Videos Online

Fort Bend County Libraries (FBCL) will present a series of introductory online demonstrations in December to introduce people to various aspects of computer use and technology. These how-to tutorials can be viewed on the Fort Bend County Libraries website – – by clicking on the “Classes and Events” tab, selecting “Virtual Programs,” and finding the virtual “class” on the dates listed. Some of the topics includes multiple sub-topics, and participants can choose to view the whole […]

Fort Bend Christian Academy Family Celebrates Polasek STEAM Lab

Fort Bend Christian Academy celebrated the dedication of the Lower and Middle School Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) Lab made possible by a generous donation from Dr. Jerry and Mrs. Adriana Polasek.   The STEAM Lab has a central purpose of teaching students about science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics. Led by Ms. Rebecca Morgan, STEAM Specialist, the Polasek STEAM Lab provides FBCA Lower and Middle School students with an innovative curriculum to […]

Federal Agency Again Honors Texas A&M System for Success in Protecting U.S. Secrets, Technology

Award comes as foreign agents seek to steal COVID-19-releated research COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The Texas A&M University System is in a class by itself in terms of protecting sensitive information from foreign agents who want to steal it. For the second time in three years, the Texas A&M System won the Defense Counterintelligence & Security Agency Award for Excellence in Counterintelligence. The award is given for work to protect sensitive information from foreign spies. […]

Commissioner Ryan Sitton Tells Industry Council on the Environment, “Technology, Not Regulations, to Thank for U.S. Reduced Emissions”

Ryan Sitton

HOUSTON  – Texas Railroad Commissioner Ryan Sitton addressed the role of technology in the energy industry and its impact on U.S. emissions at the Industry Council on the Environment (ICE) luncheon today in Houston. As an advisory group made up of engineers and environmental consultants, ICE works directly with government and industry to promote the development, understanding and use of reasonable environmental policy. “As the U.S. is exponentially growing its production of clean and reliable […]