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University Students Point to the Future in their Research
04/23/2019 | Nolan Johnson, I-Connect007
American Standard Circuits' Ken Moffat on Flex and Rigid-flex Business
04/22/2019 | Patty Goldman, I-Connect007
Book Recommendation: Seven Stories Every Salesperson Must Tell
04/19/2019 | Dan Beaulieu, D.B. Management Group
RTW IPC APEX EXPO: Orbotech West on Supporting Customer Needs
04/19/2019 | Real Time with...IPC
U.S. Tax Law Boosts Growth, But Uncertainties Loom
04/17/2019 | Chris Mitchell, IPC VP, Global Government Relations
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CES 2018: Disruptive Technologies and Fun PC Stuff
Two disruptive technologies that we have been covering for the last few years are 3D printing—especially as it pertains to PCB fab—and autonomous driving. 3D printing has been around for a few years, but it seems like 3D printers were introduced to CES very recently. This year there were almost 50 exhibitors showing their latest offerings. Most of them were in the LVCC in the north hall at the 3D Printing Marketplace.
From Afterschool Robotics Club to FIRST Competitions
Seven years ago, Joel Bruxvoort, a science teacher at Jefferson High School in Daly City, California, started a robotics club as an afterschool program. Now, his club has two teams competing in events for FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology), an international youth organization developed to advance STEM subjects around the world.
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