The companies included in the ranking highlight the ongoing technical achievements of the “advanced” sectors of our industry. These manufacturers provide key advanced technologies and products for industries ranging from automotive and aerospace to electronics, security and defense, and medical/dental.
Early in my career, an inventor came to my office to talk about patenting his invention. After I advised him about having a patentability search conducted and then explained all that is involved in preparing and prosecuting a patent application, he had one question: “When can I make some money on this?”
Proposed content for the program includes ceramics, advanced ceramics, glass, and polymers, as well as new and novel materials.
September 1, 2017
Staffordshire and Manchester Metropolitan Universities have given their backing to the Applied Materials Research, Innovation and Commercialisation Co.’s (AMRICC) proposed degree apprenticeship in materials science and engineering.
Do you hire other companies to complete jobs in your workplace? If so, do you realize that you could be liable for labor violations that the company commits while working there?
Two pending cases (and one recently decided case) will alter how franchisees, general and sub-contractors, and other companies operate.
The world of manufacturing is ever changing. The economic outlook projects improvement in manufacturing conditions, but thousands, and even millions, of jobs in the U.S. go unfulfilled because of a skills gap. As such, the skills gap has challenged workforce developers nationwide. As the McKinsey Global Institute points out in a recent study, “Workforce availability threatens to reduce economic growth by 40%, despite continuing productivity from automation and other elements of supply-chain optimization.”