Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 8/28/2017

Kodak Cell Assembly Center opens at Eastman Business Park

“Empire State Development announced today the opening of the Kodak Cell Assembly Center at Eastman Business Park.“

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Safer manufacturing through materials science

“Imagine a thriving community built around manufacturing jobs where the production methods and processes not only minimize waste and mitigate negative environmental impacts, but also address health risks posed to residents and workers.”

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University at Buffalo Researchers Develop New Optical Device That Could Detect Drugs or Explosives

“A team of researchers led by engineers from University at Buffalo in New York (UB) has developed an optical device that has the potential to vastly increase the sensitivity and effectiveness of current drug and explosive detection techniques.”

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Lockheed Martin Syracuse wins $46M contract for Marine Corps radars

“Lockheed Martin’s plant in suburban Syracuse will upgrade the radar technology used by the U.S. Marine Corps under a new contract worth up to $46.7 million, the company and Pentagon officials said Friday.”

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Manufacturer Adoption of Collaborative Robots is Strong, Becoming More Aggressive in the Near Term

“A recent technology survey by ABI Research of management level decision makers at manufacturing companies revealed that the adoption of collaborative robots among manufacturers is strong and ongoing.”

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A sweet partnership: Ferrero moves into Cornell’s New York campus

“Ferrero is using this new partnership to explore ways they can innovate their products, operations, farming methods and sustainable food production.”

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