Published on May 18th, 2018 | By: April Gocha0
Ceramic and glass business news of the weekPublished on May 18th, 2018 | By: April Gocha
Wohlers Associates Inc. has entered into a partnership with Québec Industrial Research Centre to offer three days of intensive training on design for additive manufacturing in Montreal, June 12–14, 2018. The course is targeted at designers, engineers, and managers.
Kyocera Corporation announced that it has signed a license agreement with Robert Bosch Car Multimedia GmbH. Effective May 7, 2018, this license agreement provides Bosch with access to Kyocera’s patented haptic feedback technology for use in Bosch’s automotive solutions.
North Carolina-based firm Stewart Engineers Inc. has signed an agreement with the Qatar Industrial Manufacturing Company to study and evaluate the construction of a new float glass manufacturing plant in Qatar.
With significant evolution in material science and the information technology revolution, as well as the Internet, the ability to provide material ingredients for every product is no longer limited by technical feasibility.
Amedica Corporation, an innovative biomaterial company that develops and commercializes silicon nitride for biomedical applications, recently provided an update on its clinical study activities.
Over the coming years ultra-thin glass sheets will assert themselves especially in consumer electronics. Smartphones only mark the beginning here. Touch screens in a wide variety of applications can already be found almost everywhere.
The U.S. Air Force and National Science Foundation created a new partnership to collaborate on scientific and engineering research, focusing on research in space operations and geosciences, advanced material sciences, information and data sciences, and workforce and processes.
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