Artio Medical Adds Operations, Quality, and Engineering Leadership

  PRAIRIE VILLAGE, Kan., Aug. 31, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Artio Medical, Inc., a medical device company developing innovative products for the peripheral vascular, neurovascular, and structural heart markets, today announced the hiring of Wendy Sawyer as Senior Vice President of Operations and Quality and Mimi Fitterer as Senior Director of Technology.

Biomedical Engineering Professor Receives NSF Award to Support Research in Cellular Biomanufacturing

University Relations Rebekah Samsonraj Rebekah Margaret Samsonraj, assistant professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering, has received a $466,266 grant from the National Science Foundation for research in future biomanufacturing of stem cell-derived therapeutics. The goal of the project is to understand mechanisms of biophysical modulation of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) to enhance

Feed Equipment Market Size, Analysis, and Top Vendors – Anderson, H?S Manufacturing, HET Feed Machinery, Mechpro Engineering, Lark Engineering, Namdhari, Metal Tech Engineers, Ashapuri Engineering Works, Cremach

New Jersey, United States,- The Feed Equipment Market Size and Forecast to 2028, this report provides an analysis of the impact of the COVID19 epidemic on the key points influencing the growth of the market. In addition, Feed Equipment market segments (by major players, types, applications, and major regions) outlook, company assessment, competitive scenario, trends, and forecast according to the coming years. The

Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools opens $10M Engineering Technologies Center

Students at the Eastland-Fairfield Career & Technical Schools will have access to state-of-the-art facilities with the opening of a new Engineering Technologies Center on campus at 4300 Amalgamated Place in Groveport.   Eastland-Fairfield prepares high school juniors and seniors, as well as adults, for careers in such fields as manufacturing, engineering, technology, medicine and dentistry. Approximately 1,400

Re:Build Manufacturing acquires DAPR, enhances onshoring with advanced engineering support

On Aug. 4, Re:Build Manufacturing (Framingham, Mass., U.S.) acquired DAPR Engineering (Nashua, N.H., U.S.) which significantly expands and adds capabilities to the company’s Engineering Services group. This follows the acquisitions of Cutting Dynamics Inc. (CDI, Avon, Ohio, U.S.) in May 2021, composites fabricator Composite Resources (Rock Hill, S.C., U.S.) in March 2021 and Oribi Manufacturing (Commerce City, Colo., U.S.) in late 2020. DAPR Engineering is an engineering

Ogeechee Tech to Launch New Manufacturing Engineering Technology Program This Fall

Photo courtesy OTC Ogeechee Technical College will be launching a new Manufacturing Engineering Technology program this fall. August 23 will mark the first day of classes for the new Manufacturing Engineering Technology program at Ogeechee Technical College. The new program offers a degree, a diploma, and two certificate options for completion. “Our Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Project Profile: Georgia Southern Center for Engineering and Research

The Georgia Southern Center for Engineering and Research (CEaR) at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA. smithgroup The Georgia Southern Center for Engineering and Research (CEaR) is a 140,000 gsf facility at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA, built at a cost of $46 million and completed in January 2021.  The project team consisted of

Engineering student credits global perspective for success

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Raghav Bansal, who earned both his bachelor of science and master of engineering from Penn State’s Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering (IME), never imagined he would study abroad not once, but three times while earning his degrees. Now, he credits his career to his multinational academic

Highlights from BYU Colleges: Professors study internet trolls, engineering classes receive real-world curriculum

College of Fine Arts and Communications Research from BYU professors Pamela Brubaker and Scott Church found that individuals who exhibit dark triad personality traits and derive enjoyment from others’ misfortune were likely to engage in trolling behaviors online. (Jaren Wilkey/BYU Photo) The word “trolls” no longer only means the green, lumpy and grumpy mythological character.