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Q&A: Companion Diagnostics & Personalized Medicine

Posted by BCC Research Editorial on Oct 19, 2017 3:00:00 PM
marianna-tcherpakov.jpgAhead of the November 9th event in San Diego with analyst Marianna Tcherpakov and Senior Editor Robert G. Hunter, we asked Marianna a few questions about her presentation, which covers the market for a few of the fastest growing trends in therapeutics and diagnostics. Be sure to reserve your seat today, as space at the event is limited.
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Leveraging the Internet of Things Across the Manufacturing Value Chain

Posted by BCC Research Editorial on Oct 11, 2017 10:00:00 AM
KORZENIOWSKI.pngLooking ahead to his interactive discussion on the future of IoT tech in manufacturing, we sat down with analyst Paul Korzeniowski to ask a few questions. He said the event will be interactive, engaging and fun. “It’s not going to be me just walking through a PowerPoint for three hours,” he told us. Space is very limited at this event, so we encourage you to register today!
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“How to Dissect a Market Opportunity” Q&A with Speaker Gordon Nameni

Posted by BCC Research Editorial on Aug 31, 2017 12:40:00 PM

NAMENI.pngIn anticipation for Gordon Nameni’s upcoming speaker event “How to Dissect a Market Opportunity,” we sat down with the BCC Research Senior Editor to learn more about the topics he’ll cover and how your participation in this event will help you make strategic, market-informed decisions.

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Metal 3D Printing NOT Reheating Old Ideas in a Microwave

Posted by BCC Research Editorial on Aug 23, 2017 10:00:00 AM

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Chris Spivey, senior editor at BCC Research, offers his take on the future of metal printing technologies with a Q&A from Ric Fulop, CEO and co-founder of Desktop Metal. 

I like pretty much every aspect of lasers — insanely fast, can be controlled to ridiculous accuracy and located within a molecule of precision. But laser power typically comes at a high energy cost, and reconfiguring beam control electronics and software is byzantine even by condensed matter physics standards. Although far and above the dominant approach for metal printing, lasers may be more Circean than certain for the future of 3-D metal printing applications.

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Topics: Advanced Materials