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Beck Allison Beck passes
Insulating Glass Manufacturer's Alliance administrator, Allison Beck, has passed away. The IGMA has released the following statement: "It is with great sadness that the Insulating Glass Manufacturers Alliance (IGMA) today announced the passing of Allison Beck, IGMA’s Administrator, after a brave battle with cancer. Allison passed away at the Ottawa General Hospital surrounded by her family and lots of love.”
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EdCentre PPG launches online glass education resource
PPG Industries has launched the PPG Glass Education Center, a comprehensive website to help architects, specifiers, students and construction industry professionals learn more about designing, specifying and building with glass. Divided into three sections – Glass Topics, Glass FAQs (frequently asked questions) and Glossary – the PPG Glass Education Center features a compelling mix of videos, colorful illustrations and educational features that address issues such as preventing thermal glass breakage, specifying large insulating glass units, how low-emissivity glass works, how heat-treated glass differs from heat-strengthened glass, and why it all matters for commercial building projects.
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Facebook AAMA launches Facebook page for scholarship and partner programs
The American Architectural Manufacturers Association has announced the launch of its Facebook page for the AAMA Scholarship Program and Partner Program. The Facebook page will be a resource for AAMA members and prospective applicants to receive exclusive information regarding both programs. To access the page, search “AAMA Scholarship Program” on Facebook or visit: http://www.facebook.com/AAMAScholarshipProgram.
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Light Royal DSM buys SolarExcel
Royal DSM, a global life sciences and materials sciences company, has announced it has acquired the SolarExcel. Based in Venray in the Netherlands, SolarExcel has developed a proprietary light trapping technology that can significantly increase the efficiency of solar panels. With the acquisition DSM expands its growing portfolio of solar energy enabling technologies. Financial details of the acquisition were not disclosed.
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