Happy Engineers at L-Tron Corporation Celebrate Engineers Week 2018

Friday Fun to Wrap Up Engineers Week 2018

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Happy Friday and last day of Engineers Week 2018! What did you do this week to celebrate your engineers? Share your photos with us on twitter at @LTronCorp. The History Originally designed as a nontechnical organization for licensed engineers, the National Society of Professional Engineers was founded in 1934. As a member of the group… Read More

Ken: Director of Engineering

Meet Ken: L-Tron’s Director of Engineering

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Meet Ken: Director of Engineering Everyone on our team is crucial to our daily operations This year, for National Engineers Week, we wanted to shine some light on the engineers here at L-Tron. Quirky, Intelligent, Creative, Collaborative, Calculated, Inquisitive Just a few adjectives used to describe our Director of Engineering, Ken Gravenstede. I asked our… Read More

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STEM Programs: Are They Effective in the United States?

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  by Alexandra Meyers STEM Education. We’ve all heard about it, we know what it is. It’s a nationwide program intended to educate students with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics throughout elementary, middle, and high school. The goal of STEM programs in the United States is to encourage students of all ages… Read More

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Technology at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics

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Written by Carmella Giancursio Another Winter Olympic Games has begun and we all know what that means: Athletes paraded through the Opening Ceremonies. Countries vying for the lead in the gold medal count. Graceful figure skaters leaping and twirling through the air. Focused skiers swooshing swiftly through the course. Bobsled teams speeding down the track…. Read More

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12 Ways to Celebrate Engineers Week

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Written by Carmella Giancursio  Engineers Week is an annual event that occurs the 3rd week in February. This year, the week runs from February 18-24th, 2018. If you have engineers in your office, you may be looking for small ways to acknowledge them in honor of the week-long observance. Here are 12 simple ways to… Read More

Top Dog, Bear Hug, Text Me: The History of Valentine Candy Hearts

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It’s the middle of February, and you know what that means – Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. In honor of (or in disparage of) this national day of love, we decided to investigate the story behind the infamous chalky, clever, “love them or hate them” candy Conversation Hearts. How Candy Hearts Started Dating… Read More

The importance of securing your home and devices to keep your information, family, and devices safe.

12 Easy Ways to Stay Secure After National Computer Security Day, Part 2

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  Looking for ways to keep your computer, your information, and your family continuously safe? Here’s the last 6 tips on how to do just that! To read Part 1 of this series, click here. 7. Don’t Plug That In Never plug anything into your computer that you don’t know where it came from. It… Read More

How Technology is Changing a Fan’s Experience: Super Bowl LII 2018

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The 2018 Super Bowl is fast approaching. As the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles gear up to face off this coming Sunday (February 4, 2018) we’re taking a look at the top tech used to power through and upgrade the ultimate experience of every fan watching the 2018 Super Bowl. From fan experiences… Read More

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I Think Different – Female vs Male Brains

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If you haven’t heard yet, men and women think differently. On a physiological level, male and female brains process information differently based on connectivity strengths. Out of a family of four, I am the only one who is not a mechanical engineer. Instead, I work in marketing. You can imagine our dinner table conversation topics… Read More

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It’s the Digital Age: What do Jurors Expect in the Courtroom?

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Written by Carmella Giancursio It’s 2018. For the past several decades, huge advancements have been made in personal technology. You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t have at least one piece of modern technology, whether it be a smartphone, tablet or laptop computer. Businesses are tech-savvy, schools are tech-savvy, adults are tech-savvy, kids are… Read More