Latest Worcester Stories

2012-05-11 23:00:13

American Grippers Inc is proud to participate in collaborative opportunities when they have the potential to lead to innovation and the advancement of robotics technologies and is committed to advancing tomorrow´s leaders in robotics and manufacturing. AGI supported a Worcester Polytechnic Institute student´s efforts to integrate a pneumatic gripper into a Haas machining center - resulting in reduced labor costs and the increased flexibility of a CNC machining center. Trumbull, CT...

2012-04-18 20:25:13

Difficulties occur more often in communication than in medical care Cancer care is increasingly complex, and as many as one in five cancer patients may experience “breakdowns” in their care, according to a new study in the Journal of Clinical Oncology. Such breakdowns include communication problems between patients and their care providers, as well as more traditional medical errors; both types of problems can create significant harms. In the study, communication problems...

2012-04-18 09:24:08

Earth Day prompts examination of health care providers´ roles in climate change Physicians and nurses have a role if not “a moral and professional responsibility to act” to help to reduce climate change and help those impacted, say the authors of “Climate Change & Health: Is There a Role for the Health Care Sector?,” published by the Catholic Health Association of the United States. Its authors including Laura Anderko, PhD, RN, the Robert and Kathleen...

2012-04-11 23:00:34

B2B LeadForce will be exhibiting their latest version of the already successful B2B Leadforce solution in Worcester. John Robinson of B2B LeadForce stated that "The Business Growth Show is an ideal event for B2B LeadForce because this product is all about creating business growth. The platform provides small and medium sized businesses with the ability to generate leads using methods restricted to much larger businesses". Worcester, UK (PRWEB) April 10, 2012 B2B LeadForce will be exhibiting...

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