Raytheon awards 40 scholarships to FIRST Robotics competitors from 18 states

Program supports FIRST Robotics alumni who plan to pursue science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) majors in college

Robotics Industry Veteran Vivek Burhanpurkar to Lead Great Rock as President and CEO

Mr. Burhanpurkar has served on numerous international scientific committees.

Shyft Advanced Manufacturing Celebrates Certification Milestone

On October 6, 2015 Shyft Advanced Manufacturing will host an open house from 3PM - 7PM at its Woodinville facility located at 20004 144th Ave NE, Woodinville Washington 98072 to celebrate its most recent accomplishments in achieving both UL and ISO 9001:2008 certification.

SME Nashville Chapter to Host Manufacturing Day Celebration of Industry and Education October 2

Joint day-long event held with Tennessee Chamber of Commerce and Tennessee Manufacturers Association

PACK EXPO - Epson Featuring Wasatch RIP Software in Pack Expo Booth

Software Demonstrated on ColorWorks C7500 and SureColor T3270

Sciaky, Inc. to Highlight its New Metal 3D Printing Capabilities at the TCT Show

The TCT Show takes place September 30 through October 1, 2015 in Birmingham, United Kingdom.

LEGO MINDSTORMS Introduces Mobile Programming With New EV3 Programmer App For Tablets

- MINDSTORMS Robot Makers Demonstrate Inventions at World Maker Faire and Smithsonian Innovation Festival to Inspire Next Generation of Innovators -

Microscan Announces the World's First Browser-Based Barcode Reading Interface

Developed as a configuration utility for Microscan's new MicroHAWK barcode reader platform, WebLink is the world's first-ever web-browser-based barcode reading interface for real-time device setup and control.

Two sensors get the bigger picture: High-performance smart cameras for OEM applications

Vision Components offers these ultra-small products for cost-sensitive OEM applications where installation space is limited.

MIT Scientist and "4D Printing" Pioneer Skylar Tibbits Joins Global Plastics Summit Program as Innovation Keynote Speaker

2015 Global Plastics Summit (GPS), scheduled for Oct. 28-30, 2015, in Chicago

Festo opens Scharnhausen Technology Plant

Production plant of the future for valves, valve terminals and electronics--- Festo's Scharnhausen Technology Plant in the high-tech country that is Germany is at the forefront of automation for the future.

Haddington Dynamics to Launch at MakerCon and Maker Faire with Unveiling of Prototype Open-Source Haptic Robot "Dexter"

Haddington Dynamics Founding Team Includes Prominent Scientific, Tech and Business Leaders

TM Robotics Exhibits New Toshiba Machine Robots for First Time in Canada at Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show

Demo shows off Toshiba Machine's cost-effective TVL500 6-axis and THL300 SCARA solutions

littleBits Announces littleBits Education to Empower 21st-Century Learning in K-20 Institutions, Launches First 1:1 Program

littleBits Education Offers Products Across Spectrum to Help Schools Integrate STEM/STEAM, and Marymount School of New York Marks First 1:1 Integration

MecklerMedia's Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo to Host Largest 3D Printing Startup Competition Worldwide and 3D Design Contest with Laurence Gartel

October 20-22, 2015 in Santa Clara, California

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