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How Lesta’s Robots Elevate Production and Automation in Wood Finishing

Wood finishing work is a craft requiring a keen eye and precise application, which has made it particularly hard to automate, but new technology is changing that. Offering insights on these Read more

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Not Your Father’s Data Center: Innovations in Generator Land
May 24, 2022
How did a Texas boy, who swore up and down he’d never leave Texas for Oklahoma, wind up involved with the data storage industry in Oklahoma? Chris Brown, CTO at Uptime Institute, isn’t 100% sure himself, but Read more
Leveraging AI to Improve Patient Outcomes in Healthcare
Leveraging AI to Improve Patient Outcomes in Healthcare
May 24, 2022
The importance of providing patients with a fast and accurate diagnosis cannot be overstated – it can be the difference between life and death. Unfortunately, the healthcare system is overwhelmed, and physicians Read more
The Retired CEO of YUM! Brands Has the New Goal of Developing the Next Generation of Leaders
The Retired CEO of YUM! Brands Has the New Goal of Developing the Next Generation of Leaders
May 23, 2022
  David Novak was the first of his family to graduate from college. He studied journalism at the University of Missouri and started working in advertising. After a few turns in his career, Novak Read more
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How Lesta’s Robots Elevate Production and Automation in Wood Finishing
May 11, 2021
Wood finishing work is a craft requiring a keen eye and precise application, which has made it particularly hard to automate, but new technology is changing that. Offering insights on these Read more
IKEA Buys 11,000 Acres of Georgia Forest
January 20, 2021
  IKEA is making investments into its climate positivity commitments, and the strategy is an interesting one. FastCompany reports that Ikea’s parent company, Ingka Group, purchased 11,000 Read more
How Wood & Wool are Intersecting in Sustainable Design
April 26, 2019
  Globally, there are 2.4 trillion square feet of constructed environment, a number slated to double in the next 40 years. Instead of racing to build faster and cheaper, there is a growing Read more