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Graphics Printers Mobilize Globally to Support Public Health

PSPs in the US, China, UK, France, and Spain are just a few adapting production lines overnight to make a difference to their local communities
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PALO ALTO, Calif., April 1, 2020 – HP Inc.’s print service providers (PSPs) are mobilizing industrial facilities worldwide to deliver print products and help in the global effort to battle the COVID-19 pandemic. Many PSPs are working with limited staff to adhere to health regulations, while retooling production lines to support the effort. 
 

HP’s CEO: Help Now, Plan for the Future

A call to action and innovation for companies, employees, and business leaders as we face the global COVID-19 crisis.
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By Enrique Lores, President & CEO, HP Inc. 

I know these are difficult and uncertain times. And even as each of us is doing everything we can to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe and healthy, my thoughts are with all of those who are putting themselves at risk to care for the ill and support those most vulnerable among us. 

UCSF Uses HP BioPrinter To Optimize Combinations of Cancer Medications

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PALO ALTO, Calif., March 23, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Watch Dr. David Donner, UC San Francisco’s Director of Surgical Oncology Research Lab, Explain the Benefits of Innovative New Microfluidics Technology in Cancer Research.

About Microfluidics at HP

HP Collaborates With Amy Karle, Leading 3D Printing Artist and Futurist

HP 3D printing helps to unleash new levels of creative expression from the human heart to a Triceratops
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  • HP highlights collaboration with cutting edge artist Amy Karle in honor of International Women’s Week 
  • Karle leverages HP’s 3D printing to create custom works of art in various materials and full color for world renowned museums such as the Smithsonian and Mori Art Museum
  • The artist’s work seeks to explore how technology could be utilized to unlock human potential
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  • HP highlights collaboration with cutting edge artist Amy Karle in honor of International Women’s Week 
  • Karle leverages HP’s 3D printing to create custom works of art in various materials and full color for world renowned museums such as the Smithsonian and Mori Art Museum
  • The artist’s work seeks to explore how technology could be utilized to unlock human potential

HP Response to COVID‐19

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To our valued customers & partners,

As a business community, we are all focused on managing the unprecedented Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation with both urgency and a deep sense of care. I know our teams have been in regular contact with you, and I’m personally reaching out to express my support for your teams during this difficult period.

Times like these remind us all what’s most important in our lives, and HP is here to support you in any way we can. Like you, we are closely following guidance from public health authorities to mitigate risk.

HP Inc. Recognized as Most Efficient of ENERGY STAR 2020

Company continues mission to provide the most sustainable PC portfolio in the world
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PALO ALTO, Calif., March 11, 2020 /3BL Media/ — HP Inc. announced it has been recognized with the “Most Efficient of ENERGY STAR® 2020” designation for 30 consumer and commercial displays. The designation demonstrates the company’s commitment to driving a more sustainable ecosystem across the Personal Systems portfolio. 

Products that are recognized as the “Most Efficient of ENERGY STAR® 2020” prevent greenhouse gas emissions by meeting rigorous energy efficiency performance levels set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 

The Story of Vivian Chua, the Female Leader Shaping HP’s Strategy in Singapore

In recognition of International Women’s Day, Channel Asia documents the rise of Vivian Chua, managing director of Singapore at HP
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James Henderson (Channel Asia)

When Vivian Chua started at HP, then Hewlett-Packard, the year was 1999 and the technology industry was gearing up for an era of profound change.

Meet the Reinventor: Yamilée Toussaint Beach, Founder of STEM from Dance

This engineer and dancer is on a mission to empower more black and Latina girls to explore technology through dance.
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By Garage Staff 

Yamilée Toussaint Beach is easily described as a polymath. Growing up on Long Island, she excelled in math and science in school, and after class dedicated herself to jazz, ballet, and modern dance. 

“Pursuing engineering was just as possible for me as becoming a dancer or a writer or anything in the humanities,” she says. “I think a large part is the fact that both my parents have STEM-related (science, technology, engineering, and math) professions.” Now both retired, her father was a mechanical engineer, and her mother was a lab technician.

Gaming’s Coolest Chair Design Wins HP’s HBCU Challenge

By Sarah Murry
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Meet the winners from North Carolina Central University, who took home the top prize for HP’s third-annual HBCU business challenge

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Meet the winners from North Carolina Central University, who took home the top prize for HP’s third-annual HBCU business challenge

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