1. Washington company's $722,000 gift brings state-of-the-art equipment to UMass Center at Springfield nursing students

    Washington company's $722,000 gift brings state-of-the-art equipment to UMass Center at Springfield nursing students

    The company behind the equipment that monitored Neil Armstrong's vital signs when he walked on the moon has donated $722,000 in state-of-the-art gear to the nursing lab at the University of Massachusetts Springfield Center in Tower Square. And what Spacelabs Healthcare President Sujit Kumar wanted to talk about during Tuesday's celebration of the gift is the next step in his Washington-based medical equipment company's relationship with UMass.

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