When people think of New Orleans, Mardi Gras and beignets probably come to mind before a Smithsonian affiliated museum. But the city is home to America’s National World War II Museum— an incredible institution focusing on the contributions made by… Read More ›
Month: March 2015
Today marks the fifth annual White House Science Fair, an event that shines the spotlight on prize winning projects in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). President Obama has proved an enthusiastic advocate for the event during his time in… Read More ›
IndustryWeek is out with its 2015 salary survey, and as they say, it’s “enough to make you scream.” In good news, it tells us a lot of what we know about manufacturing careers from an anecdotal perspective: The vast majority… Read More ›
First International Additive Manufacturing Award Presented to Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies, Ltd.
After careful deliberation, a jury of international leaders from industry, academia, military, media and trade associations elected to grant the first International Additive Manufacturing Award (IAMA) to Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies Ltd., of the United Kingdom and Plano, Texas. The award… Read More ›
“This is not a talk about LEGO,” opened Wharton Professor David Robertson at the 2015 MFG Meeting. “It’s about innovation. Because LEGO’s innovation brought skyrocketing success, failure, and powerful rebound.” Before he launched into the specifics of LEGO, Robertson quizzed… Read More ›
George Blankenship, former Apple and Tesla executive, spoke at the MFG Meeting 2015, to discuss innovation, inspiring customer confidence, and most of all— having fun doing it. Here our some of our favorite points. Failure is important. “Failure was really,… Read More ›