A Collection of the Good Stuff Archive

We Asked Men and Women to Wear Sensors at Work

Gender equality remains frustratingly elusive. Women are underrepresented in the C-suite, receive lower salaries, and are less likely to receive a critical first promotion to the manager than men. Numerous causes have been suggested, but one argument that persists points to differences in men and women’s behaviour. Which raises the question: Do...

EU demands Northern Ireland keeps customs union and single market rules

European Union calls for Northern Ireland to stay in its customs union and stick to single market rules after Brexit if a hard border cannot be avoided. The EU wants a “common regulatory area” on the island of Ireland which would keep Northern Ireland wedded to Brussels...

How Digital Natives Are Changing B2B Purchasing

The cartoon of business-to-business (B2B) buyers depicts grey-haired executives and purchasing agents in meetings, on the phone and lunching with their vendors. Conversations focus mainly on negotiating price and payment terms. But along with fax machines and long golf games, these features of B2B life have all...

NEW Stainless Steel Housings – Washdown Redesigned

The redesigned shape and laser marked housings make the surface of FYH’s new stainless-steel housings smoother than ever.  The flatter surface ensures there is no place for water to pool after washdown. Please feel free to check the at FYH web site. FYH’s new stainless series will be available...

Stephen Hawking, renowned scientist, dies at 76

Stephen Hawking, the brilliant British theoretical physicist who overcame a debilitating disease to publish wildly popular books probing the mysteries of the universe, has died, according to a family spokesman. He was 76. Considered by many to be the world’s greatest living scientist, Hawking was also a...

Axel Johnson International expands fluid handling services in Italy

AxFlow Italy, part of the Fluid Handling Solutions business group of Axel Johnson International, acquired Cinti S.r.l., a specialist in installation, service and repair of centrifugal pumps based in northern Italy, on February 27. The move aims to strengthen AxFlow Italy’s service offering and position it for...

International Women’s Day 2018

How the day began and why the fight for women’s rights is still necessary International Women’s Day is a worldwide event that celebrates women’s achievements – from the political to the social – while calling for gender equality. It has been observed since the early 1900s and is...

Citigroup Chooses London As the Location For Its Newest Fintech Innovation Hub

The tech hub of London has been chosen by Citigroup as the next location in its innovation lab network, generating new jobs in the City. The London innovation lab has its headquarters located in one of the shared workspaces of WeWork. The lab is set to hire...

How Team USA used 3D printing to build a better luge

  The quest for Olympic gold is the search for the slightest leg up — small changes that could ultimately shave fractions of a second off of one’s time. It’s an ideal platform for a technology like 3D printing, where the ability to customize products can have...

Robots compete in their own Olympics ski tournament, capture our hearts

This year’s Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang is working overtime to showcase Korean robotics technology, featuring robots to clean, guide visitors, drill through a wall to pass on the Olympic torch, and now, compete in ski tournaments. In a tournament aptly called “Edge of Robot: Ski Robot Challenge,” eight...