The spirit of Xerox innovation is alive and well. Over 300 inventors came together in Rochester, N.Y. to celebrate light bulb moments and the resulting patents awarded to the engineers and scientists who are continuing Chester Carlson’s legacy of innovation.
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Xerox Scientist One of Nation’s Brightest Young Engineers Selected to Take Part in National Academy of Engineering
Xerox scientist Mandakini Kanungo is looking forward to being with 81 of the nation’s brightest young engineers and scientists at the National Academy of Engineering's (NAE) 18th annual U.S. Frontiers of Engineering symposium.
Respiratory Specialist from India Helps Xerox Researchers Fine Tune Non-contact Remote Sensing Technology
As Xerox conducts research in the area of healthcare, not only are Xerox scientists learning about anatomy and physiology and gaining knowledge in the medical field – they are partnering with hospitals to learn and test their early prototype technology with real patients.
Xerox imaging experts shed light on world’s toughest obstacles.
Suzette Norris, a Xerox communications consultant, talks to Xerox researches on what's on their minds instead of lunch!
Innovation / Research - Jan 04, 2013
Xerox contributor Laurie Riedman talks about how Xerox scientists and researchers in the R&D centers across the globe have changed their ways of innovating to reflect today’s business requirements for ‘on demand’ creativity.