Highlighting Manufacturing Innovation, Collaboration, and Education

This report highlights the manufacturing technology and workforce development innovations underway at the Manufacturing USA institutes which are delivering value for manufacturers and the American public.

Institutes work with members from the manufacturing industry, academia...

Bioengineering, Biofabrication

Southern New Hampshire’s BioFabrication cluster, which would manufacture cells, tissues and organs in Manchester’s Millyard, has won a competitive $44 million grant, the federal government was scheduled to announce Friday morning.

The Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute (ARMI) designed by Dean Kamen, is the lead builder and the city of...

External News


Azenta Life Sciences, a leading provider of life sciences solutions worldwide, hosted the Cryogenic Considerations for Cell and Gene Therapy Symposium in Boston, MA October 17-19th. The symposium brought together over 100 participants across over 60 organizations including top cryobiology experts to discuss the nuances of cryogenic supply chain...


Miromatrix Medical Inc. (NASDAQ: MIRO), a life sciences company pioneering a novel technology for bioengineering fully transplantable organs to help save and improve patients' lives, today announced that CEO Jeff Ross will be a keynote speaker at BioFabUSA’s 2022 Fall Summit from the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute (ARMI).

Mr. Ross...

Our Network @ Work

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Biomanufacturing, Fabrics, Facilities, Innovation, Manufacturing, Photonics, Public Private Partnerships, Robotics, Semi-Conductor

Three-quarters of U.S. manufacturers have fewer than 20 employees and do not have extensive research and development capabilities. Given the high costs of product development and their scope of operational challenges, from workforce and regulatory issues to unpredictable disruptions, it is difficult for small manufacturers to maintain...