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These 10 startups graduated from Air Force TechStars accelerator

By: Lucia Maffei

Ten startups whose products piqued the interest of the U.S. Department of Defense have completed the joint startup accelerator between Techstars and the U.S. Air Force in Boston. Among the 10, half are focused on either drones or cybersecurity.

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InNOVAte 2019: Disrupting the Built Environment

Greentown Labs requests applications for innovative ideas to disrupt the built environment value chain. The Greentown Labs InNOVAte 2019 Challenge is a program in partnership with CertainTeed,  Saint-Gobain’s leading building and construction brand in North America, along with Saint-Gobain NOVA, the external ventures arm of one of the world’s largest building materials companies and manufacturer of innovative material solutions.

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Nominations for WBJ's manufacturing awards close Friday

The nomination period for the WBJ's Manufacturing Excellence Awards honoring the area's top manufacturers is open for two more weeks.

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Dacon Underway at Senior Metal Bellows

Senior Metal Bellows, a 60-year-old precision components manufacturer, broke ground with Dacon last fall for a two story, 47,000sf addition to its Sharon facility.

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Skilled labor emerging to meet demand for manufacturing jobs in area

By: Matthew Tota

In Massachusetts, home to about 7,000 manufacturing companies, lawmakers, school officials and manufacturers have met at roundtables and chamber of commerce meetings to discuss the need for a pipeline of skilled workers. The state has formed a Legislative Manufacturing Caucus and spent millions of dollars in workforce development. Last week, the state announced $2.5 million for advanced manufacturing training.

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Marlborough laser maker wins $2.3M state grant

Sheaumann Laser, a Marlborough firm that designs and manufactures lasers, has received a $2.3-million state grant to aid adaption of new technology.

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Massachusetts thinks regionally about manufacturing workforce; ‘413’ gets $650K to school for jobs

By: Jim Kinney

Instead of regional workforce boards competing for grants, the state provided four regions in Massachusetts $625,000 each to train workers and come up with a regional manufacturing workforce plan.

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Massachusetts College Receives Grant to Boost Advanced Manufacturing Training

By: Bonnie Russell, TELEGRAM & GAZETTE

Advanced manufacturing training at Quinsigamond Community College and other learning institutions in the state just received substantial funding.

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Baker-Polito Administration Announces $2.5 Million for Advanced Manufacturing Training

Four workforce development consortiums will train more than 700 unemployed and under-employed residents in advanced manufacturing.

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Emuge Grows: W. Boylston office of German manufacturer takes on more work

By: Matthew Tota

Bob Hellinger could not dwell on what the recent General Motors Co. announcement of layoffs said about the state of American manufacturing. He had to make final preparations for a business trip to Germany to discuss his own company’s plan for creating more than 20 manufacturing jobs here.

 

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