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Syracuse Media Group | September 08, 2016
Syracuse, N.Y. — OBG, formerly known as the O'Brien & Gere engineering company, has acquired Penta Engineering, an industrial engineering company based in Charlotte, N.C.Syracuse-based OBG said the acquisition supports its commitment to growing its business across the Southeast and Midwest, where Penta has clients, and to focusing on the design and construction of capital projects in the industrial manufacturing market. Terms of the deal were not disclosed....
WakeMed Health & Hospitals | May 07, 2019
In partnership with UPS, a hospital in North Carolina is pioneering a drone delivery program to speed up the delivery of critical medical samples across the WakeMed hospital campus. Medical samples are put in a small cooler that is carried by the drone to a lab roughly 3/4 of a mile away. It takes the unmanned aircraft less than four minutes to make the delivery. On foot, the trip takes about 45 minutes.
Especially for urgent deliveries of blood samples across WakeMed’s sprawling on...
North Carolina Central University | June 11, 2019
Caesar R. Jackson, Professor of Physics explores the DREAM STEM Project at North Carolina Central University, which includes retaining science, technology, engineering and mathematics talent in the U.S.
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics educated graduates often become substantive contributors to the economic vitality of the nation and reap higher economic benefits during their careers, yet there are persistent challenges in producing and retaining STEM talent in the United ...
Fast Company | January 17, 2020
In an effort to build a more sustainable future, architects and policy makers are nodding to the past with structures entirely made of timber. From a 70-story timber skyscraper in Tokyo to an all-wood, 200,000-plus square foot university residence hall in Arkansas, constructions that have eschewed steel and concrete for forest-grown materials have been sprouting up across the world. Next up in this timber trend: a Copenhagen neighborhood built fully with wood, with housing for 7,000 people, a sc...
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