New STEM learning program for middle-school educators and students aims to inspire interest in engineering careers before high-school
Schools and universities
Schools, colleges, universities, independent training centres and OEM training facilities can all benefit from a new Fanuc educational package that combines the company’s machine tool and collaborative robot technologies.
A breakthrough in the market for non-chemical treatment of process water in Bauer WT Systems technology
The Faculty of Environmental Engineering and Energy Technology in the Cracow University of Technology at the commission of VGT Polska Spółka z o.o. with the financial support of EU as part of Regional Operational Programme for Małopolskie Voivodeship.
With a well-founded apprenticeship programme that has been awarded three certifications, Arburg has been making sustained investments in its future for over 70 years.
A way of making organic polymers from the fragrant molecules in conifers and fruit trees has been developed by scientists at the University of Birmingham.
On 23 May 2019, Arburg Italy will hold its first seminar on "Additive manufacturing in medical technology" at the "Alma Mater Studiorum" University in Bologna.
Following the successful premiere in 2017 KHS has now presented its award for innovative bottle designs for the second time running.
A total of 67 new apprentices and students from the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University began their apprenticeship at Arburg on 3 September 2018 - another record in the successful apprenticeship history.
As part of the Day of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) on 13 July 2018, two graduates were presented with an Arburg award for their outstanding scientific research.
LANXESS Urethane Systems will enhance research on next generation materials.
In over 65 years, Arburg has provided professional training for more than 1,700 young people. Managing Partner Renate Keinath welcomes 63 newcomers on 4 September.
Lamborghini collaborates with the Houston Methodist Research Institute, to share knowledge in the study of carbon fibre composite materials for medical devices.