The Wall Street Journal cites Greenville, S.C. as one of “The Breakout Cities on the Forefront of America’s Economic Recovery.”
From a low-calorie fat replacer to fiber optic repair kits, see how Tetramer Technologies pioneers global solutions in the Upstate.
Upstate SC Alliance and Charleston Regional Development Alliance showcase the intersection of manufacturing and technology at the CES show in January 2020.
SC Codes provides free coding education across South Carolina, with more than 4,500 participants since 2018.
To help Upstate companies tap into this data potential, Furman University Undergraduate Evening Studies offers a Data Analytics Certificate program aimed at equipping professionals who have completed bachelor’s degrees with data insights.
During a visit to the Upstate, Mahabir Pun visited with Clemson University, members of the World Affairs Council Upstate, and Nepalese and Indian engineers to explore opportunities for collaboration.
Upstate companies from GE to Cornell Dubilier to Sealvel Systems among leaders in utilizing 3-D printing technology for industrial applications.
Additive manufacturing, or the building of three-dimensional objects by adding layer upon layer of material, now plays a role in Upstate classrooms as well.