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New POWERSAFE™ Medium Voltage Thermal System

Watlow, announced the launch of its new POWERSAFE™ medium voltage thermal system, which is fully integrated heating and control solution that is safe, reliable and clean replacement for fossil fuel alternatives in process equipment. Read more 
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A Fresh Look at Accelerating Electrification and the Role the Thermal Plays

The goals of the 2015 Paris Agreement are now playing out, with companies and governments making drastic changes to hit its ambitious targets.

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What makes an ASPYRE® Power Controller smart?

Smart controllers are revolutionary devices that offer highly intuitive and automatic processes that will optimize your industrial operations.

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Arianna LeBlanc

NSLC Engineering at U of H

What were the activities?

We built catapults, trebuchets, windmills, RC cars, and sea perches. We also visited Minute Maid Park where we were given a tour about the engineering of the park. We also went to NASA and Kemah and had several guest speakers.

What was your favorite part?

My favorite part was getting to build the sea perch and catapults because we were given limited materials and unique rules, such as no talking, which forced us to be creative.

STEM: Building Futures

Building Futures works with the St. Louis youth community teaching and building skills, through STEM project-based learning. They introduce students to career opportunities during their most formative years.

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Zenessa Anderson

Tech ID Python and Machine Learning class

What were the activities?

We learned about coding in Python, created projects like a video game and a machine learning tool that could recognize images, and learned about cryptology.

What was your favorite part?

My favorite part was learning how machine learning works and being able to create my own example of it.

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