what is the defense production act? the defense production act, or dpa for short, was enacted in 1950 under then president harry truman in reaction to the korean war, and it was meant to
in a new report, abi research forecasts that by 2028, manufacturing will account for nearly a quarter of total generated revenue in the 5g ultra low latency use cases market.
we all know that the u.s. has lost ground as a manufacturing power in the world economy, thanks to emerging countries' ability to make things more cheaply. but did you know that in
3d printer companies build face shields, masks, more to fight coronavirus. hp, carbon, prusa research and formlabs are among those involved. making face shields is simple.
automation allows manufacturer to leave china for u.s. production production manager albertus jones sees the machines as co workers. a new model that could allow american
the former chief scientist of the food and drug administration, dr. jesse goodman and lurie wrote an opinion piece recently recommending the federal government work with mask manufacturers
clinton rips trump for outsourcing as gop leaders defect. america has lost more than seven million factory jobs since manufacturing employment peaked in 1979. yet american factory
how a toyota supplier saved $1 million by updating its tech infrastructure. the average age of manufacturing assets and equipment at all us factories is close to 20 years old,
samsung electronics co. says problems with the design and manufacturing of batteries in its galaxy note 7 smartphones caused them to overheat and burst into fire
natural machines is working with a number of large food manufacturers on pre filled food capsules at supermarkets that have longer shelf life but don't include additives and
with virus restrictions in china lifted, the country has directed its manufacturing might toward making the personal protective equipment health care workers need to battle the coronavirus.
the 20 deadliest jobs in america, ranked. 21 / 22. manufacturing and production workers. 3 deaths per 100,000. from fatigue to equipment failure, there are a number of risk factors