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July 12, 2018

Preparing for Disaster: How Hurricane Prep Packs Can Save Lives

Find out how Direct Relief and FedEx have teamed up to help prepare vulnerable areas ahead of hurricane season.

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July 5, 2018

How Four Girlfriends Became Some of Japan’s First Women Entrepreneurs

In 1948, not long after World War II, then 30-year-old Atsuko Banno and her three friends became four of Japan’s first women entrepreneurs.

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June 29, 2018

From Robots to IT: How One FIRST Mentor Got a New Job at FedEx

When a FIRST Mentor saw FedEx robots in action at FIRST Championship, he was intrigued...and before long he found himself with a new job as a FedEx software developer.

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June 26, 2018

Bear-y Good News: Oakland Zoo Welcomes Orphaned Cubs to New California Trail Expansion

Two grizzly and two brown bear cubs recently made their way from Anchorage, Alaska to Oakland, Calif. aboard a FedEx Express jet.

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June 21, 2018

10 Essentials for Surviving in the Great Outdoors

“Sometimes people think they are going on a short day hike and just don’t take the time to prepare.” It’s a regular scenario for Jeff Salzer, a FedEx Trade Networks team member who also volunteers as a search and rescue volunteer in Pierce County, Washington. The rough terrain, which is not far from Mt. Rainier,

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May 30, 2018

Half a Million Miles to the Moon & Back: Apollo 11’s Anniversary Tour

The historic capsule that carried astronauts to & from the Moon in 1969 is on a nationwide tour. This time it's traveling via FedEx instead of on top of a rocket.

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May 29, 2018

Tech Minutes: Blockchain, FedEx, and the Future

How is the turkey on your dinner table connected to data security and chain of custody? Join Don Tapscott and FedEx CIO Rob Carter to see how Blockchain is transforming the internet of the future.

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May 25, 2018

From Cardboard Box to Robotic Wall

See how these students designed a robotic wall using only recycled cardboard and plastic.

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May 23, 2018

FedEx Teams Up With Amber Alert to Help Children in Danger

“We were pretty sure we would never see him again.” Those are words no parent ever wants to say about their child, but for Lyle Miller, this nightmare scenario became reality in 2006 when a known criminal kidnapped his 10-year-old son, Zach. The day Zach disappeared, Saskatchewan, Canada, issued its first Amber Alert, mobilizing communities

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May 22, 2018

Pins and Needles: Last French Sewing Needle Company Still Thriving

From sewing needles to pins, safety pins and glass head pins, Bohin has been in business for over 180 years.

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