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Women Could Fill a Void in Manufacturing

Attracting more women to an industry with a prior image of being dull, dirty and dangerous may be the answer to filling manufacturing jobs that remain open despite a ...Full Article

Last Call: Let the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership Know Your Concerns

Since last June when the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership (AMP) was announced by President Obama, members of the AMP team from government, academia and industry have been holding regional meetings ...Full Article

Surprise: China’s Manufacturing Growth Slows

Purchasing Manager's Index indicates a slump in Chinese manufacturing for the first time since February 2009.Full Article

Waiting for the Next Generation of STEM Workers

In these tough times there are jobs out there but a dearth of skilled workers to fill them. Some 600,000 STEM-related vacancies remain unfilled in the U.S.  ...Full Article

The Road to Exascale: Can Nanophotonics Help?

A new nanoscale light-based device developed at Stanford's School of Engineering transmits data at ultrafast rates while using thousands of times less energy than current technologies. The nanophotonic device ...Full Article

Case Study: MSC Nastran Used to Optimize Unmanned Aircraft Performance

The Global Observer is an unmanned aircraft with the wingspan of a Boeing 767 but less than 10 percent of the weight designed to provide communications and sensing for ...Full Article

Bringing Big Tools to the Little Guys

Jon Riley, National Center for Manufacturing Sciences, addresses the plight of the missing middle at SC11. "We call them the missing middle because they basically are in the Valley ...Full Article

AMPing Up American Manufacturing

The American Manufacturing Partnership calls for a national effort to support the creation of good jobs by helping US manufacturers reduce costs, improve quality, and accelerate product development.  ...Full Article

Airbus Looks to HPC-as-a-Service to Power Engineering Simulations

Airbus doubles its supercomputing power with HP's Performance Optimized Datacenters (PODs).Full Article

Report on the Subject of Manufacturers

In 1791, America's first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton, put forth his grand plan for industrializing the United States. In his "Report on the Subject of Manufacturers," Hamilton ...Full Article
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