Susan Conrad was named amongst the 2023 St. Louis Titan 100 list of the area's top CEOs and C-Level Executives.
AWP was included among the Newsweek and Plant-A Insights Group's list of 1,000 companies that employees credit as having high respect and value for diversity in the workplace.
Timken again joins the prestigious list of the top 500 most responsible companies in the United States, all distinguished by their corporate social responsibility efforts.
Area Wide Protective (AWP), America's leading safety company, has entered into definitive agreements to acquire two leading traffic control providers, MOTPlans and CrossRoads. The acquisitions strengthen AWP's existing leadership in the maintenance of traffic (MOT) planning, safety equipment sales and rental, and installation services.
Our work for the Busch family’s historic family estate in St. Louis County, MO, focused on hospitality, iconography, seasonality, and making memories to honor the property's legacy and make it accessible for a new generation of guests and team members.
Dr. Stacy Woods, the NRDC's in-house expert in statistics and data visualization, discusses the key role community members play in water health projects, recounting her work on the highly publicized case of lead pipes poisoning residents in Flint, MI — now a blueprint for similar threats to water health across the country.
"Timken delivered excellent performance again in the third quarter, achieving double-digit organic revenue growth and solid year-over-year margin expansion," said Richard G. Kyle, Timken president and chief executive officer. "As we outlined at our recent Investor Day, our strong results reflect the successful execution of our strategy and proven business model, the diversity of our portfolio."
With the MOBILE Health Care Act now signed into law, more providers will likely be repurposing COVID testing vehicles to deliver other types of services — including primary care, women's health services, behavioral health, and more.
The new ownership group is exploring new and creative ways to keep the guest experience enjoyable for visitors of all ages while being mindful of past traditions that generations of St. Louisans have come to expect and love.
Timken maintains a long-standing reputation for strong values, ethics and governance and, for the past two years, Newsweek has recognized it as one of "America's Most Responsible Companies.”
Timken is one of only 30 companies currently on the NYSE to be listed for 100 consecutive years.
Evans was recognized for his contributions to materials science and engineering in the field of tribology. ASM International, the world's largest and most established materials information society, selects Fellows each year to serve as advisors.
In our bonus Labor Day episode, Dr. Anastasia Yanchilina, a Research Scientist at Impossible Sensing, tells us how she combines her paleoclimatology, paleo-oceanography, and climate policy background with her expertise in geochemistry and geology to analyze data from the 2020 Mars Perseverance Mission.
In this episode, Eric Klingenberg, the Materials Science Platform Lead for the Mars Advanced Research Institute, reveals how he and his colleagues are thinking about sustainable packaging solutions. These solutions go beyond mechanical recyclability, exploring the possibilities of composting and anaerobic digestion to create a circular economy where waste becomes a resource.
We are proud to support the Mobile Healthcare Association and were honored to advance their brand to its next iteration, so that it can grow on pace with the mobile healthcare sector and reflect the vibrance and passion of the community they’ve brought together. The work they are doing to support members of this community with educational resources, networking opportunities, and a platform to share their stories is critical to bringing us closer to healthcare equity.
The COVID-19 pandemic shed light on fundamental problems with the health care system, including gaps in access to care, soaring costs, provider burnout, and a lack of trust, especially among underserved and marginalized communities. Local mobile health programs like this one provide a community-based, high-value and sustainable solution.
These babies may not be little, already weighing in at 600-700 pounds, but they are certainly cute. Take a look at the beautiful foals in the St. Louis Dispatch photo collection by David Carson.
The Case for Mobile report released by Mobile Healthcare Association and Harvard Medical School examines how healthcare organizations can embrace mobile clinics as a new business line into underserved communities, as well as an entry point to help people navigate the complex healthcare system.
Hundreds of middle and high school students across the U.S. competed in the Games for Change Student Challenge to design digital games that tackle timely issues. The NRDC helped judge the Sustainable Cities category and provided educational resources to students. The entries, which can be played inside a virtual arcade, prove that being an agent of change can involve, well, fun and games.
"Our long-term strategy has been successful, and as a result, Timken has grown and evolved into a leading diversified industrial company with a broad portfolio of products," said Richard G. Kyle, president and CEO. "We are focused on accelerating the expansion of our portfolio to achieve greater scale, profitably, and today's leadership announcement will enable Timken's next phase of growth."
"In the second quarter, Timken once again demonstrated the strength and resiliency of our business, as we delivered double-digit organic revenue growth, expanded operating margins and achieved record earnings per share," said Richard G. Kyle, Timken president and chief executive officer. "Timken's strong results reflect our team's relentless efforts to meet the needs of our customers, offset the impact of cost increases and execute the company's strategic initiatives. Through our disciplined capital allocation and investment in outgrowth initiatives, the business is well positioned for continued success."
In the latest episode of Talk Polymath, Dr. Pablo Sobron discusses how new sensing technologies can map the ocean floor and other harsh environments to inform innovative climate change solutions.
Incredible images of space from the world’s largest telescope.
An amazing feat of engineering - congratulations to all the contributors, including The Timken Company.
In the latest episode of Talk Polymath, Dr. Farshid Guilak explores how science and art interact, how these seemingly disparate disciplines open one’s thought process, and how they can inform new genome engineering methods.
H&S Co-founder and President Manon Herzog talked with VoyageSTL about how her diverse, professional background spanning the arts to sciences made her the savvy business leader she is today.
Led by Kumiko Lippold, PhD, MPH, this high-prize competition aims to support innovators working on the masks of the future and to connect these groups with one another.
The Timken Company announced that it is designing and supplying main shaft bearings for GE Renewable Energy's Haliade-X, the world's most powerful offshore wind turbine with the capacity to generate up to 74 GWh of clean energy a year.
The report explains how brands are inadvertently funding mis/disinformation with programmatic ad buys and how to combat this with a thorough media strategy. It highlights the innovative online safety products offered by MediaVax.
Bullock's appointment is the latest addition to an executive leadership team focused on optimizing AWP's strategy, sales growth, and operational excellence in full-service traffic management.
"Regenerative Agriculture: Farm Policy for the 21st Century" comes as Congress reviews the nation’s farm policy and drafts the 2023 Farm Bill, which has the capacity to reshape the agricultural landscape.
"We had an excellent start to the year, reporting record revenue and earnings with strong margin performance," said Richard G. Kyle, Timken president and chief executive officer. "Our performance demonstrates the resiliency of the company and builds on our track record of delivering strong financial results through industrial cycles and dynamic market conditions."
Longer Fridays and Saturdays are some of the changes visitors will see as the summer favorite returns after two years of pandemic measures.
Under the program heading "Visionary Voices," Tanowitz debuts her third commission for City Ballet titled "Law of Mosaics," alongside the company premiere of her 2019 work "Gustave le Gray No. 1."
The Timken Company has reached an agreement to acquire Spinea, a European technology leader and manufacturer of highly engineered cycloidal reduction gears and actuators serving the high-precision automation and robotics sector.
While there is, in theory, capital to fund the transition to green energy, venture capitalists are focusing on cryptocurrency and consumer services start-ups. Breakthrough Energy Catalyst is collaborating with European Commission and European Investment Bank to fill the funding gap and de-risk emerging cleantech investments.
Along with demand, inventory is expected to increase from 433,000 square feet to 4.6 million by 2025, with developers including Alexandria Real Estate Equities.
In a dynamic operating environment, the strong demand for the company's products and technology advanced its position as a high-performing global industrial leader and dedicated corporate citizen.
Watch the video demo showing how Polyplexus' platform and community are working to disrupt the R&D status quo.
H&S engaged with Harves Global Entertainment leadership to develop a system that is flexible, global, and keeps its vision at the forefront.
A leading voice on the next generation of Web3 and consumer tech sheds light on the biggest opportunities for brands when it comes to product differentiation and consumer access.
In the right hands, AI technology presents an opportunity to create a more equitable future—Learning Collider's research aims to use big data to impact social mobility. Listen to the latest episode of Talk Polymath to learn more.
This continued and important recognition by Silicon Valley Bank is a testament to Alexandria's leadership in the life science industry and advancing transformative new modalities and platforms to improve human health and reduce healthcare costs.
In 2021, the growing, interdisciplinary community of Polyplexus' Plexors and Sponsors surfaced more than 639* research ideas that could change the world.
Led by former Qualcomm executive and serial inventor, Jason Kenagy, Jackrabbit hops in front of the micro movement, heralding a new era in ebike transportation.
The effort will build momentum for programs and policies that support the mental health and wellbeing of our healthcare workers, who find themselves exhausted, stressed out and, in some cases, traumatized as a result of the pandemic.
DARPA PMs John Paschkewitz, Bartlett Russell, and John Main believed liminal design could be applied to almost any problem spanning individual insight and previously disparate systems. Read the full story about how the liminal methodology changed DARPA's approach to systems design and activated the ideology behind Polyplexus.
Just one month after releasing its most recent Corporate Social Responsibility report, Timken is recognized by Newsweek as one of the country’s most responsible companies in 2022.
"We applied our innovative problem-solving capabilities to address this challenging application. Our associates, our engineering know-how, and our products and services are critical for increasing the efficiency of renewable energy."
- Ryan Evans, Director of Research and Development
“Incubators create a burst of R&D activity, convening interdisciplinary communities around specific technical challenges. We have used it effectively with DARPA to increase engagement and match rate and are excited to offer the platform more widely through the GSA,” says Michael Goldblatt, former Director of the DARPA Defense Sciences Office.
In Episode 7 of Polyplexus.com’s Talk Polymath podcast, RethinkX’s Jamie Arbib shares how the siloed study of technological impacts and linear forecasting of climate change underestimate the complex system dynamics and effects of technological disruption.
Participant, which was founded in 2004 by Jeff Skoll, focuses on creating projects that inspire positive social change. The company has produced more than 100 films, and landed 82 Oscar nominations, with best picture wins for Green Book and Spotlight.
Doug Stagner is the first president of Grant's Farm as the Busch family takes over operations of the historic farm. He has more than 30 years of experience in the parks and attractions industry.
Fast Company describes it as an “immersive spectacle that’s like walking into a video game.” The technology has already been adopted by global brands Manchester United and the NBA.
Doug Stagner takes on the presidency of Grant’s Farm, an iconic St. Louis community attraction, as the Busch family announces plans to assume full operations and preserve the unique experience for future generations.
In Episode 6 of Polyplexus.com's Talk Polymath podcast, Oculogica's Rosina Samadani, Ph.D., and Dr. Uzma Samadani share the science behind EyeBOX®, their concussion diagnostic tool, the data that drives it, and how they see the future of brain health.
Holly Gordon, Chief Impact Officer at Participant Media, shares the process of choosing content that combines the power of a good story with opportunities for real-world impact and awareness around the most pressing global issues of our time.
Manchester United and Harves announced the opening of the first-ever Theatre of Dreams center in Beijing. Harves Global Entertainment is creating a new category of immersive experiences -- which they call ImCulture™-- in collaboration with global top-tier brands.
Momentum Commerce, a digital retail consultancy, launched earlier this year to help brands effectively navigate digital consumer behaviors and online marketplaces. Their new Amazon Brand Index scores 80,000 brands on Amazon advertising and organic search visibility.
Polyplexus, the R&D acceleration platform, was awarded an honorable mention in the Fast Company World Changing Ideas 2021. The platform brings together scientific and technical creators, using evidence-based conversation to create a new marketplace for R&D.
Twenty years following its founding, the New York Choreographic Institute launched its first virtual initiative in June 2020 with Summer Sessions, a program to engage choreographers and dancers during the COVID-19 lockdown.
In 2018, Timken published its first Corporate Social Responsibility report. In 2021, Newsweek named the global industrial leader one of the country’s most responsible companies.
The partnership focuses on creating and developing immersive entertainment centers that bring global fans and families closer to the NBA. The centers will incorporate Harves’ proprietary DreamCube™ mixed-reality technology. The first destination will open in 2022.
Evidence Madness launches on Polyplexus to identify published scientific evidence that will lead to new, transformative industries by 2040. The brackets feature submissions of evidence in one of four scientific domains: Life Sciences, Physics, Chemistry, and Computer Science. The final field of 64 pieces of evidence will compete head-to-head against one another until a winner emerges.
Participant Media is not a typical Hollywood company. Founded by former eBay chief Jeff Skoll, Participant produces award-winning content that creates an impact. To support activism on issues like climate change and the global refugee crisis, Participant works with artists, distributors, NGOs, foundations, and nonprofits globally who are doing the boots-on-the ground work.