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07 Jan 2016  |  Global
As the New Year begins, the editorial team at the Manufacturing Leadership Council offers its predictions for the year ahead. Contributors to this blog include David R. Brousell, Jeff Moad, Sankara Narayanan, and Paul Tate.
22 Dec 2016  |  Global
The sharing economy has long established itself in everyday life. Disruptive digital platform companies such as Uber and AirBnB have emerged. Uber is disrupting taxi companies and traditional car manufacturers such as BMW, and AirBnB is disrupting traditional hotels. These innovators are demonstrating that the value of asset ownership as a competit...
26 Sep 2016  |  Global
2015 was the year for Internet of Things (IoT) in term of positive perspectives, growth potential, industry impacts, and new revenue sources. Frost & Sullivan revealed that by 2020, the total global market will reach over $200 billion and every household will have at least 10 connected devices. In the coming year, the construction market will emerg...
02 Nov 2016  |  Global
This Vital Signs issue discusses the Danaher's acquisition of Cepheid for nearly $4 Billion in cash, and Orphan Drug Expenditures in the United States: A Historical and Prospective Analysis, 2007–2013.
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30 Aug 2016  |  Global
This Vital Signs issue discusses the clinical diagnostics laboratory tests payment system, approval of a Zika test kit, the impact on innovation of mergers in the pharma/biotech industry, and national healthcare expenditure projections through 2025.
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08 Jan 2016  |  Global
The growth of modern electronic technology based on semiconductor transistors is almost reaching an impasse because the Moore’s Law is almost reaching its fundamental limits. In a few years, transistors will reach a state where they cannot be further shrunk. This calls for immediate measures to find ways and alternatives to replace the present tr...
29 Jan 2016  |  Global
Conductive polymers are a special class of polymers/plastic with electrical conductivity. Applications requiring conductive properties while also demanding other benefits of common plastic materials can take advantage of these electrically conductive plastics. Research is in advanced development stage for inherently conductive polymers, whereas pol...
19 Feb 2016  |  Global
This edition of Future Tech TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) covers optical coherence tomography (OCT), a popular and fast-growing optical medical imaging technology. OCT is a non-ionizing and non-invasive imaging modality, giving it a functional edge over competing technologies. OCT also delivers micron-level resolution, real-time imaging and ...
11 Mar 2016  |  Global
This edition of the Future Tech Alert covers graphene-based sensors. Graphene is a two-dimensional (2D) atomic-scale honeycomb lattice composed of carbon atoms and has potential for creating enhanced sensors. It is extensively being investigated as one of the most promising material for vivid applications due to its unique and beneficial properties...
01 Apr 2016  |  Global
Generation IV nuclear reactors offer advantages such as proliferation resistance, safety, and sustainability compared to earlier ones. They use reprocessed nuclear fuels that can enable sustainable energy development. As they target at minimizing the use of pressurized components and water as coolants, an improvement in the operational safety fact...