This Week In Automation
Why I Automate – This Robot is Changing How We Cure Diseases
The benefits of automating a medical research lab include sifting through massive amounts of data in a short period of time.
Special thanks to our Why I Automate video sponsor, Staubli Robotics.
Kellogg Community College Offering Summer Youth Robotics Camps in July
Kellogg Community College is offering two Summer Youth Robotics Camps for youth going into sixth through ninth grades in July.
The camps will teach participants how to design and build robots using STEM skills and practices that will assist them as they grow and pursue their future career goals.
The Most Important People Working In Robotics Today
For every great robotic creation that comes to “life,” whether it’s a bot that folds your laundry or simply an academic paper that fleshes out a great idea, there is a small army of roboticists that helped make it possible.
Rhythmlink Adds Automated Packaging Line to Richland County Manufacturing Facility
A $1.4 million dollar investment is expected to create an additional 50 new jobs over the next five years as medical device manufacturer Rhythmlink International, LLC announces a major expansion of its Richland County facility in the Columbia Industrial Park. The expansion will include a world class automated packaging line in a new 1,500 square foot ISO 8 Certified, Class 100,000 cleanroom.
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