Pennsylvania is in the process of updating its science education standards for the first time since 2002 to keep up with rapid innovations in industry and technology.
Since its founding in 2011, industrial automation firm K2 Kinetics has worked with the likes of The Hershey Company, Starbucks, PepsiCo and Unilever, but for its ninth year in operation, K2 wants to grow its next partnerships closer to home.
Harrisburg-based Zeroday Brewing Co. is undergoing a major expansion over the next year, increasing its brewing capabilities and adding new retail locations.
Carol Stoudt didn’t start brewing beer in 1987 to revolutionize the industry. She simply wanted people to drink beer that actually had flavor.
Carol Stoudt, the head brew master and co-owner of Stoudts Brewing Co. in Adamstown, Lancaster County, said this week she plans to continue brewing small batches of its award-winning beer.
Educators in the region’s colleges and universities say they are seeing a steady growth in students interested in majoring in engineering disciplines, and the ones coming into their programs are showing more knowledge and have more hands-on experience than in the past.
A $90 million solar panel project in Gettysburg by the world’s largest generator of wind and solar energy is raising concerns among local residents who say it threatens 1,000 acres of mostly agricultural land.
Taking the lead on a $372 million project involving hundreds of workers, dozens of governmental entities and property owners across two state lines could seem like a daunting task.
With ongoing production and supply chain shutdowns there due to the coronavirus, now officially named COVID19 by the World Health Organization, any company that has manufacturing facilities in China, or purchases vital components from that part of the world, could be impacted by the disease’s spread.
A longtime Cumberland County construction firm has been acquired by another local firm and will merge operations by the end of the month.
Glatfelter is initiating plans to move the company’s corporate headquarters from 96 S. George St. in downtown York to Charlotte, N.C. by the middle of this year.
In May of 2017, Harsco’s environmental division started working with Tosyali Holding, Turkey’s leading flat steel and steel pipe producer, on an exclusive joint venture for metal recovery and slag sale services at the company’s Toscelik Osmaniye steel production site. Harsco’s environmental division operates at more than 130 sites