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HANZA CEO Erik Stenfors Participated at Stora Aktiedagarna

06/21/2024 | HANZA
Erik Stenfors, CEO of HANZA, gave a presentation at Aktiespararnas event Stora Aktiedagarna.

Standard of Excellence: Looking Five Years Into the Future

06/19/2024 | Anaya Vardya -- Column: Standard of Excellence
The future of the PCB industry will be based on technology. As components get smaller, denser, and more complicated, PCB fabrication companies must keep up with their customers’ needs both today and in the future. It is no longer enough to just keep up with our customers’ current needs. We must be prepared to meet their PCB needs three to five years out. We need a complete understanding of where our customers are going and what they will need in the near distant future.

iRhythm Technologies Achieves Significant Operational Milestone with Launch of Initial Phase of Manufacturing Automation

06/18/2024 | GlobeNewswire
iRhythm Technologies, Inc., a leading digital health care company focused on creating trusted solutions that detect, predict, and prevent disease, announced today that the company has successfully launched the initial phases of its previously disclosed manufacturing automation plans, marking a significant corporate milestone expected to set the stage for future growth and innovation while also yielding substantial cost savings.

Outlook on Future-oriented Technologies

06/17/2024 | EMPA
Around 200 representatives from industry attended the Technology Day at the Buchs campus of OST – Ostschweizer Fachhochschule on 11 June 2024. The event about future technologies for Switzerland, at which Empa researcher Mirko Kovac gave a keynote speech on how drones can be used in numerous areas in to achieve sustainability goals, was organized in collaboration with the Swiss Academy of Engineering Sciences (SATW), RhySearch and Switzerland Innovation Park Ost.

NASA’s Roman Mission Gets Cosmic ‘Sneak Peek’ From Argonne Supercomputer

06/14/2024 | BUSINESS WIRE
Researchers are diving into a synthetic universe to help us better understand the real one. Using the Theta supercomputer at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory in Illinois, scientists have created nearly four million simulated images depicting the cosmos as NASA’s Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope and the Vera C. Rubin Observatory in Chile, jointly funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and DOE, will see it.
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