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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
Nuke Plant Workers Prep for Shutdown
A team of workers will begin the process of reducing the plant's power output from the current 40% of its capacity to zero.
May 29th, 2019
Price Fixing Suit Filed for Generic Drugs
40 states are alleging the nation's largest generic drug manufacturers conspired to artificially inflate prices for more than 100 different generic drugs.
May 13th, 2019
Trump Likes Coal, Not Hostile to Wind
Using federal offshore leases, wind power projects are pressing ahead with the goal of transforming the electric grid and providing energy to millions of homes.
Apr 23rd, 2018
Work Stops on $3.3B Pipeline
The decision could put pressure on regulators to approve other infrastructure projects to help ease electricity prices.
Apr 21st, 2016
GE Pledges $50M
The announcement came as GE unveils more details about their pending move to the city, which will create about 4,000 jobs.
Apr 5th, 2016
The New Futuristic Textiles Hub at MIT
Congressman Joe Kennedy said new fabrics are modernizing everything from battlefield communication to medical care, and the hub will support the next generation of manufacturing technology and the development of a skilled workforce.
Apr 1st, 2016
Traffic Backed Up? Bridge Out? More States Deploying Drones
State transportation departments are increasingly studying the use of drones for everything from inspecting bridges to clearing car accidents.
Mar 29th, 2016