Manufacturing Round Up for the Week of 9/11/2015

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These 6 Startups Are Out To Change How Health Care Providers Serve Patients With Technology

“A prominent health-tech accelerator program in New York has selected six startups for its 2015 mentoring program. The New York Digital Health Accelerator, which is funded by public and private interests, offers the incoming class of companies a five-month program includes guidance from the state’s senior health execs as well as a $100,000 investment. The accelerator, in return, gets equity.”

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New York Unemployment Claims Jump By 4,600 In Latest Week

“The number of people applying for new unemployment-insurance benefits in New York state increased by 4,642 to 20,966 in the week ending Aug. 29, according to a U.S. Department of Labor report issued Thursday.”
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Maker Faire Announces First Retail Partnership With Barnes & Noble To Increase Tech Literacy

“Barnes & Noble has announced that it will be opening the doors at all 650 U.S. locations to Maker Faire for a project that intentionally blurs the lines between book literacy and tech literacy.”

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Five Benefits Of Embracing Sustainability And Green Manufacturing

“Embracing sustainable and green principles is not just a trend. Cultivating sustainable and green practices helps organizations become more efficient, competitive and profitable. It’s more than simply ‘a good thing to do.’ Manufacturers are realizing the many practical short-term and long-term financial benefits to implementing environmentally conscious improvements.”

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How Will Airbus’ U.S. Manufacturing Unit Impact Boeing?

“Airbus will formally inaugurate its new U.S. manufacturing facility in Mobile, Alabama on September 14th, 2015. This will be Airbus’ fourth A320 family assembly line after France, Germany and China.”
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Staples Teams Up With Sculpteo To Offer Online 3D Printing Services

“Staples has been keen to offer its customers access to both 3D printers and printing services for quite some time. Today, though, the company announced that it’s teaming up with Sculpteo on a ‘new online 3D printing platform.'”
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