Articles by author: Sophia Franklin

Full Circle Healthcare: The Lingering Concerns and Challenges Left in COVID’s Wake

As vaccinations become the dominant part of the pandemic conversation and life reaches a new normal, what are the lingering challenges of those patients who suffered the effects of COVID-19, Read more


On a Roll: The Right Adhesives for Roll Coating in Mattress Manufacturing
April 20, 2021
On a Roll seeks to answer the questions of, “Why roll coat?” and, “What adhesives should mattress manufacturers use?” Sharing his expertise is Steve Adams, Business Manager at Worthen Industries. In mattress Read more
Will Chipotle’s Investment In Education Pay Off For Its Employees?
April 20, 2021
Chipotle launched its new debt-free tuition program for its employees. The program will cover those majoring in agriculture, culinary, and hospitality industries. The move shows intention for how the QSR values Read more
Track to the Future: Array Technologies Achieves ISO 9001:2015 Certification
April 20, 2021
Array Technologies recently completed its ISO audits and ISO certification. This exciting step in Array Technologies' growth was the main topic of conversation for this episode of Track to the Future. Travis Read more
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For NHL Teams, A Chip Is Now More Valuable Than the Puck
October 30, 2019
*This story was originally published in January, 2019 Hockey is one of the fastest sports to play and watch. Unlike a football being thrown in the air or a neon yellow soccer ball on a green Read more
How Prepared are Buildings for the Challenges of the Future?
May 16, 2019
Owners, investors and landlords wishing to scale their investments rely on building management firms to look after their resources. Currently, there are roughly 7.6 billion people in the Read more
What It Takes to Resupply the International Space Station
May 9, 2019
On April 17, Virginia-based aerospace and defense company Northrop Grumman launched the Antares™ rocket along with the company’s Cygnus™ spacecraft, carrying about 7,600 pounds of cargo for the Read more
What March Madness and the Final Four Mean for Minneapolis
March 21, 2019
You have to play to win. But the question is, are the residents of Minneapolis, Minnesota all on board for the Final Four that the city will host on April 6 and 8 at U.S Bank Stadium? The Read more
How Data Became the New Sports Uniform
March 14, 2019
When an athlete gets something right, it is usually the result of a lot of practice and many trial and error experiments to find their optimal performance. Once a player has perfected their game Read more
How Tech Is Leading a New Football League on its Opening Drive
March 7, 2019
Football does not need any help in gaining popularity in America. Still, that has not stopped people from trying. The latest experiment is the Alliance of American Football, a developmental Read more
Inside The Houses That eSports Built
February 27, 2019
The need for venues dedicated to esports is growing. Last year the estimated value in market revenue worldwide was about $865 million. By 2022, market revenue is expected to reach $1.79 billion. Read more
The Buck Stops Here: The MLB Park Where You Do Not Need Your Wallet
February 18, 2019
Imagine leaving your house to go to the big game and all you need are your keys and your phone. There is no need to stop by the bank to get cash, or worse, get to the stadium and be forced to pay Read more
How e-commerce Changed the Returned Item Ecosystem
February 13, 2019
On Kohl’s’ return policy web page, the sentence Your satisfaction is our priority, and the company is one of many determined to hold true to that. With the number of options available today, Read more