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Tracksuit Star Pangaia launches ecological jeans

“People keep their denim forever,” says Amanda Parkes. “It’s one of those clothes that naturally lends itself to durability.” Parkes is the Innovation Director at Pangaia, a three-year-old London company that develops new fabrics and produces cult tracksuits. In fact, 2020, the year of the tracksuit, has been such a …

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These 100 NJ students were named in the 2021-2022 Governor’s STEM Scholars class

The Governor’s STEM Scholars have announced their 2021-22 class, consisting of 100 high school and college STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) students from across Garden State. The Fellows are a public-private partnership between the New Jersey Research and Development Council, the Governor’s Office, the State Department of Education, the …

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QnAs: black voices in STEM

As the Black Lives Matter movement continues to surge across the country, it amplifies diverse voices from all corners of academia. In an effort to continue the dialogue about representation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), PNAS spoke to black academics from a variety of disciplines. Mentorship and a …

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Ionoptika Ltd and the University of Surrey have awarded grants worth £ 425,000 to Innovate UK

Ionoptika Ltd and the University of Surrey have received project grants worth a total of £ 425,000 from Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency, to expand their research into new manufacturing technologies for quantum devices. Quantum technologies are expected to impact several areas, from more secure online communications to personalized …

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Vegetable Packaging Plans in Southern Virginia Brunswick County, Virginia, Processing and Packaging Complex

Related research Southern Virginia Vegetable Packing will construct a new 45,000 square foot, $ 4.2 million product processing and packaging facility in Brunswick County, Virginia. The project is expected to create 40 new jobs over the next three years. Old Dominion Organic Farms, a member of Southern Virginia Vegetable Packing, …

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The Learn Live program returns to Gatwick Airport

Submitted for publication by Hannah duncan The popular ‘Learn Live’ program for neighboring schools will resume this month when Gatwick Airport launches a series of five shows on engineering, computing, data analysis, construction and forecasting. The latest series of Learn Live events begins Tuesday, September 28 at 10 a.m., with …

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Great jobs at Stanley Black & Decker

High-quality employment opportunities are offered with one of the region’s most iconic and long-standing employers. PIERRE BARRON goes behind the scenes at Stanley Black & Decker’s Spennymoor site FOR more than half a century, it has been one of the most recognizable names in the industrial landscape of the Northeast, …

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Why innovation is increasingly spelled Mississippi

Long known for agriculture and manufacturing, Mississippi is quickly establishing itself as a diverse and vibrant business climate with an emphasis on technology. Benefiting from a skilled workforce and a unique relationship between the public and private sectors, the state has encouraged and fostered innovative startups and high-tech transplants that …

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Good prospects for mechanical engineering

Warangal: It’s a misconception that those who have studied mechanical engineering are not preferred by software companies, said DegaTirupathi Reddy, computer consultant for African clients such as Bank of Tanzania and KITSW 1995 Batch. Speaking at a one-day online workshop on “Career Opportunities for Mechanical Engineering Students in Computer Application-Related …

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These are the skills that young people will need for the green jobs of the future – The European Sting – Critical News & Insights on European Politics, Economy, Foreign Affairs, Business & Technology

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Victoria Masterson, Senior Editor, Educational Content Agriculture, architecture, science and education are some of the sectors that will need new green skills, according to the United Nations Environment …

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Gamasutra – Press Releases – MICROSOFT CONTRIBUTES TO USC GAMES GERALD A. LAWSON ENDOWMENT FUND, INCREASING SUPPORT FOR BLACK AND ABORIGINAL STUDENTS

[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource Games Press.] LOS ANGELES, CA (August 9, 2021) – Today, USC Games, ranked # 1 in the gaming program in North America by Princeton Review eleven years in a row, announced that …

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Postdoctoral Candidate – Research and Development of Chemical Nanosensors at, NM for Sandia National Laboratories

This posting will be open to applications for a minimum of seven (7) calendar days, including the “posting date”. Sandia reserves the right to extend the publication date at any time. Are you passionate about your work and dream of working in a state-of-the-art experimental facility to explore complex problems? …

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Solid Solution – Fish Farmer Magazine

The floating islands of Øymerd should be tough enough to tackle the roughest seas. This is the latest in a growing series of futuristic offshore salmon projects that look more like space stations than fish farms. After a long standoff with the authorities, Astafjord Ocean Salmon AS has secured four …

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The aerospace, maritime and defense industries play a key role in the evolution of South Africa’s economy and civil society

The South African Association of Aerospace, Maritime and Defense Industries (AMD) (www.AMD.org.za) currently plays an important but largely unrecognized role in South Africa’s economy and civil society, with enormous potential to drive positive change even further. According to Sandile Ndlovu, interim executive director: AMD, which explains: “The AMD is a …

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Path Robotics Expands Headquarters and Production Operations in Columbus Area, Creating 140 New Jobs

summary Path Robotics, a Columbus-based artificial intelligence (AI) robotics company producing the world’s first truly autonomous robotic manufacturing system, has announced plans to expand its headquarters in Columbus, Ohio, creating 140 new jobs. Path Robotics Expands Headquarters and Production Operations in Columbus Area, Creating 140 New Jobs Path Robotics, a …

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Inovor Technologies’ daring space mission

Internships and work experience programs offer space startup Inovor Technologies a chance to attract the best and brightest young minds to get involved in its expanding universe. The sky is far from the limit for South Australian aerospace start-up Inovor Technologies and its workforce of nearly 50 scientists and engineers. …

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Undersea Warfare Manufacturing, Engineering Company Expands into Southwestern Pennsylvania, Bringing Nearly 40 New Jobs to the Area

Governor Tom Wolf announced that Advanced Acoustic Concepts, LLC, a leading Underwater Warfare Solution Provider (USW) for USW Integrated Systems, Sensors, Weapons and Trainers, including the US Navy, has chosen Pennsylvania as the best location to support its project expansion, by expanding the operations of its Lemont furnace. in engineering …

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FIX and REPLACE Aegle launches the first N95 mask featuring the exclusive Acteev antimicrobial fabric and authentication and traceability technology

HOUSTON – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Please replace the version dated June 10, 2021 with the following corrected version due to several revisions. The updated version reads as follows: AEGLE LAUNCHES THE FIRST N95 MASK FEATURING EXCLUSIVE ACTEEV ANTIMICROBIAL FABRIC AND AUTHENTICATION AND TRACEABILITY TECHNOLOGY Healthtech Company Aims to Tackle Counterfeit …

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Top and Brightest Online MBAs of 2021: Michael Reid Hyland, Carnegie Mellon University (Tepper)

“Compassion first. Family oriented. Passionate about music. Dog lover. Adventure seeker. Passionate investor. A problem solver. “ Age: 27 Hometown: Annapolis, Maryland Fun fact about yourself: Currently in black as a musician in an acoustic guitar duet with my brother Erik. Undergraduate School and Diploma: BS & MS Electrical Engineering, …

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Wood County Technical Center students take on the challenge of innovation in manufacturing | News, Sports, Jobs

A student from the Wood County Technical Center / Caperton Center for Applied Technologies is working on an application as part of the Explore the New Manufacturing challenge, a program of the West Virginia Manufacturers Association Educational Fund. (Photo provided) PARKERSBURG – Explore the New Manufacturing, a program of the …

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Business and technology leaders outlined ways to thrive in the age of iterative innovation, IT News, ET CIO

Iterative innovation has never been more relevant for technology leaders in companies. Faced with increasing pressure to do more with less in an extremely uncertain environment, technology leaders have no choice but to promote a culture of continuous improvement within the limits of the means and budget available, while preparing …

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Gerry Anderson elected President of the IEE; Warner Baxter and Pedro J. Pizarro elected vice-presidents

WASHINGTON, June 8, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Gerard M. “Gerry” Anderson, Executive Chairman of Detroitbased at DTE Energy, was today elected Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Edison Electric Institute (EEI), the national association of investor-owned power companies. Two vice-presidents were also elected: Warner baxter, President, President …

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Honoris United Universities announces adaptive learning partnership to boost academic innovation in Africa

DGAP-News: Honoris United Universities / Keyword (s): Miscellaneous07.06.2021 / 17:25 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this advertisement. Honoris United Universities announces an adapted learning partnershipto support academic innovation in Africa Casablanca, June 7, 2021 – As part of its continued commitment to educate and prepare future …

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Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management and Engineering at NMIMS invites applications for Mr. Tech. And the MCA programs on the Mumbai campus

Bombay, Maharashtra, India: SVKM’s NMIMS, one of India’s leading educational institutions with a 40-year legacy of academic excellence, invites applications for M. Tech. in Data Science (Business Analytics), M. Tech. in Artificial Intelligence and Master of Computer Applications (MCA) at Mukesh Patel School of Technology Management & Engineering (MPSTME) in …

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West Midlands leads the way to Net Zero

The West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) is committed to achieving net zero carbon emissions by 2041, paving the way for sustainable business growth. In March, the WMCA Board of Directors endorsed the first five-year plan to invest in creating a resilient low-carbon economy. The authority is now calling on businesses …

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