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30 Jun 2014  |  North America

Carlsbad California

The Ideal Life Sciences Hub

There are a number of factors that influence a life sciences companys decision in selecting the perfect location for its research and development (R&D), manufacturing operations, or headquarters. This Vital Signs article discusses those factors and discusses why Carlsbad, California, is one ideal Life Sciences hub location. Case studies include I...

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Francis Bitonti, Principle and Founder of the Francis Bitonti Studio, blew a few minds at the Manufacturing Leadership Summit held in Palm Beach, Florida in June 2014, as he walked us through how his studio uses a blend of computer-driven techniques and cutting-edge manufacturing technologies to design, construct, and manufacture some fairly other ...

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The high tech industry and its supporting cast of research firms and consultancies are all abuzz these days with the idea of the 'Internet of Things'. The trend they think they have identified is that every conceivable physical object in the world will likely become IP-enabled, leading to a massive new era of innovation with significant new opportu...

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In his opening speech at China's annual National People's Congress in Beijing in March 2015, Premier Li Keqiang highlighted a new strategic plan, called 'Made In China 2025', to reform and reinvigorate Chinese industry over the next ten years around the country's own smart manufacturing initiative

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Some analysts like to talk about the hype cycle for emerging technologies. In the early phases of a new technology's life cycle, expectations can quickly reach a peak of sometimes unjustified excitement which is quickly followed by a trough of disillusionment and a gradual realization of the technology's true potential for productivity.

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We all know the Internet of Things (IoT) will dramatically change the products we manufacture and use, making them smart, connected, and, ultimately, more autonomous. But what impact will the IoT and all of those smart products have on the cultures and organizational structures of the companies that manufacture them?

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Toyota has announced plans to invest $1 billion to build a new manufacturing plant in Central Mexico and to shift production at several of its other North American plants, all part of the automotive giants plans to reengineer its global manufacturing system in order to reduce costs and increase flexibility

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This issue profiles using atoms to shape 2D crystals, using worm's eye view of roots in field to improve crops, and a novel imaging platform that speeds drug candidate screening.

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This issue profiles making dye-sensitized solar cells more efficient, USING injectable 3D vaccines for infectious diseases and cancer, and business proposal intelligence software.

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This issue profiles a novel vaccine for treatment of Parkinson’s Disease, cross-border money transfers enabled through digital currency, and a fly-inspired anti-fogging coating.

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