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Industry 4.0 Forum Highlights Opportunities for Future German Investment in Connecticut’s Manufacturing Sector

Industry 4.0 Forum Highlights Opportunities for Future German Investment in Connecticut’s Manufacturing Sector

Hartford, Connecticut, April 3, 2017:  –  Governor Dannel Malloy extended an official welcome at the State Capitol last Wednesday, March 29, 2017, to open Industry 4.0 – Opportunities and Challenges for Connecticut, a German-American Business Forum that included a large parliamentary delegation from Baden-Württemberg, Germany, members of the Connecticut business…

On This Day: March 30

(Encyclopedia Britannica) Arthur William Sidney Herrington, was born on this day, March 30, in 1891, in Coddenham, East Suffolk, Eng. and died Sept. 6, 1970, Indianapolis, Ind., U.S.. He was an American engineer and manufacturer who developed a series of military vehicles, the best known of which was the World…

A Stanford engineer is making stretchable, flexible skin that’s straight out of Westworld

(Greenwich Time, 3/25/17) Ask Zhenan Bao why she went from designing batteries to creating synthetic, human-like skin and she’ll give you a simple answer. “I decided it was time to start helping people,” Bao, a chemical engineering professor at Stanford, tells Business Insider. Bao’s 17-member Stanford team is developing is flexible, stretchable skin that…

On This Day: March 23

March 23, 1903: The Wright brothers filed for “Flying Machine” patent (Live Science) The long-missing patent paperwork filed by aviation pioneers Orville and Wilbur Wright on March 23,1903, included a diagram of their invention, their petition for patent approval, the patent registry form, and their patent oath, affirming that “they verily…