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Today in Manufacturing Podcast
Today in Manufacturing has a new podcast brought to you by the editors of Industrial Media. In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward.
Mar 19th, 2021
US Manufacturers Start to Reopen
Boeing and a small number of other manufacturers around the U.S. geared up to resume production.
Apr 20th, 2020
Device Can Scoop Plastic Out of Rivers
A floating solar-powered device called the "Interceptor" that scoops plastic out of rivers as it drifts past.
Oct 28th, 2019
Food & Beverage
Farmers Protest Efforts to Cut Emissions, Reduce Herds
Slow-moving convoys of tractors protested government actions targeting carbon and nitrogen emissions from agriculture.
Oct 16th, 2019
Unilever Vows to Slash Use of Plastic
The company aims to achieve the goal by reducing its use of all plastics by 100,000 metric tons and using more recycled plastic.
Oct 7th, 2019
5th Anniversary of MH17 Downing
The names of all 298 passengers and crew killed on July 17, 2014 will be read out at a solemn ceremony.
Jul 17th, 2019
Ford May Reconsider UK Investments
Ford of Europe Chairman Steven Armstrong warned of the potentially disastrous effects of a no-deal Brexit.
Apr 2nd, 2019
Unilever CEO to Retire
Paul Polman's retirement ends 10 years at the helm of Unilever.
Nov 29th, 2018
Drone-Car Takes Flight
This could be the future of urban mobility.
Nov 27th, 2018
Unilever Ditches Headquarters
The move will end a dual structure that goes back nearly 90 years.
Mar 15th, 2018
Manmade Quakes Force Village to Face Future Without Gas
Thousands of homes are facing demolition because of hundreds of small tremors caused by decades of gas extraction.
Jan 29th, 2018
New Bike Lock Blocks Your Phone
One in five bicycle accidents involving children is caused by smartphone use.
Jun 21st, 2017