Additive Manufacturing, Electronics, Manufacturing, Robotics, Supply Chain

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has awarded a total of $2.08 million to seven organizations in six states to develop manufacturing technology roadmaps to strengthen U.S. innovation and productivity across entire industry sectors. This is the second round of grants awarded to universities...

COVID-19, Education, Power Electronics, Workforce

PowerAmerica has been awarded a $5 million cooperative agreement from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to help Native American communities better prepare for future disasters and emergencies, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

The institute will work closely with Navajo Technical University, Sandia National Lab in New Mexico...

Additive Manufacturing, Education, Workforce

President Biden’s top economic priority is to fight inflation by lowering costs that working families face, and lowering the federal deficit.

One of the best ways to lower the cost of the goods and services that families rely on is to make more things in America, with more secure, resilient supply chains. We’ve learned this the hard way during this...

Education, Lightweight Materials, Workforce

LIFT, a Department of Defense-supported Manufacturing USA institute, today celebrated the students participating in its Smarter Manufacturing Career Exploration program – a talent development project to better prepare students in the Flint region for careers in smarter and advanced manufacturing – at a Smarter Manufacturing Career Exploration...

Composites, Workforce

You could say that women are breaking the mold in the composites industry. In companies, plants, labs and universities across the country, they are making an impact as leaders, engineers, researchers and plant managers. IACMI recently talked to three dynamic women in the composites and advanced materials industry and here’s what they had to say.

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