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Siemens Donates $40M in Software to McCann Technical School

A business unit of Siemens has donated an in-kind software grant worth $40 million to a technical school in Massachusetts to provide students with software training for advanced technology jobs. Siemens PLM Software donated the software to McCann Technical School to help students develop products in the automotive, aerospace, shipbuilding, …

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Siemens Foundation Names David Etzwiler CEO

The Siemens Foundation, an organization that supports science, technology, engineering and mathematics education across the U.S., has appointed David Etzwiler as CEO, effective October 22. Etzwiler will be responsible for implementing a strategic vision that expands the Foundation’s reach and impact, according to a Siemens statement released Tuesday. “At a time …

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Lockheed Helps Start Research Fund for Saudi Universities

Lockheed Martin and Saudi Arabia’s King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology have signed a three-year research investment agreement to support universities in the country, Trade Arabia reported Sunday. Universities in Saudi Arabia can apply for research grants related to the nation’s future defense and national security issues, according to …

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WBB Organizes Recreational Activities for Soldiers, Families

Whitney, Bradley & Brown Inc. has held an event to provide members of the military an opportunity to spend time with their families after years of active service. The two-day event was organized as part of the Wounded Warriors initiative and featured sporting activities and other recreational activities for soldiers …

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