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UCLA | February 27, 2020
UCLA engineers have developed minuscule warehouse logistics robots that could help expedite and automate medical diagnostic technologies and other applications that move and manipulate tiny drops of fluid. The study was published in Science Robotics. The robots are disc-shaped magnets about 2 millimeters in diameter, designed to work together to move and manipulate droplets of blood or other fluids, with precision. For example, the robots can cleave one large droplet of fluid into smaller drops ...
Dassault Systèmes | May 28, 2020
As Britain approached the end of its second month of lockdown and social distancing, prime minister Boris Johnson pinpointed manufacturing and construction as the particular industries that he felt could support a safe return to work for employees. The rest of the country, he said, should continue, if they could, to work from home, making use of the many collaboration and networking tools that have made teleworking an essential reality for millions.
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Southland | December 15, 2021
Southland Industries announced the upcoming merger of its wholly owned subsidiaries, Southland Engineering, Southland Energy, TCM Corp., Envise, and Burns Mechanical. Beginning January 1, 2022, the merger will be executed in phases with the consolidation of all brands completed by January 2023.As one of the nation’s largest MEP building systems firms, this unification aligns with Southland’s strategy to provide fully integrated building lifecycle offerings from a single brand. Follow...
Construction Dive | March 13, 2020
Three words stand out to construction attorney Steve Lesser when thinking about how U.S. contractors should react to the negative effects of the global coronavirus pandemic: Wait and see. Lesser, the chair of Becker’s construction law practice, said he thinks the best thing for contractors to do is nothing at all, as the fallout from the effects of COVID-19 on the U.S. is far from complete and no one can predict its full impact. The smart money rests on the principle that full speed ahead ...
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