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For more than a century, this manufacturer of packaged consumer goods has served customers around the world and now its decision-makers can access timely, relevant information from internal and external sources to drive innovation and efficiency -- e.g. cutting strategy development time from weeks to hours.Learn more about our client’s successes
This global provider of pressure relief valves for the petroleum, power, nuclear and process industries has streamlined workflows by providing desktop access to electronic versions of ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code information – saving a month of review time and freeing engineers for higher-value work.Learn more about our client’s successes
This Japanese leader in temperature control technologies set out to improve productivity and meet customer needs by downsizing new air conditioning equipment by 50%, creating value for users of semiconductor manufacturing equipment, cutting power consumption by two thirds and reducing assembly time by 15%.Learn more about our client’s successes
With a decades-long commitment to developing eco-friendly solutions, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of industrial cleaning products overhauled its existing dispensers for greater dilution accuracy, reducing end-users costs by as much as 80% over traditional dispensing systems – offering the manufacturer a tremendous competitive advantage.
Every year hundreds of Maker Faires take place around the world—San Francisco, New York, China, Germany, France, and countless other locations. Families, enthusiasts, hobbyists and DIYers gather in the spirit of creativity to celebrate the Maker Movement. The fairs, which range from mini-event
MIT researchers have devised a new system to defend against online identity theft using the security machinery of Bitcoin. The new system has implications that go beyond Bitcoin. It can be used to secure other types of systems. ------- Editor's Note: This news brief was brought to you by the Dat
In 1914, K. S. Johnson introduced the concept of Q factor. The length of time a signal can be stored in a resonator is inversely proportional to the bandwidth. A high Q resonator can store narrow band energy for a long period of time, a low Q resonator has a larger bandwidth but can store energy for