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Every week, we cover the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:
The Electric Vehicle Team at MIT thinks hydrogen-powered vehicles could be a cleaner alternative.
Many panicked, gasped or at least looked it up later on social media after Chief's quarterback Patrick Mahomes shattered his helmet during a AFC wild-card game against the Miami Dolphins.
Last week, Ford announced that it is scaling back production for the F-150 Lightning full-size electric pickup truck.
Space Station Blows Up Real Good - @41:44
Sierra Space is building a modular space station and a full-scale version just passed a significant testing milestone.
The Daihatsu Motor Co. skipped mandatory safety tests. They copied data from testing on one side of cars to the other, and used timers to ensure airbags went off in tests.
In Case You Missed It
Apple Car Delayed Again - @1:04:27
The company's self-driving ambitions have been scaled back, too.
Popcorn-Based Curriculum - @1:11:56
The snack could soon become standard in science classrooms across the country.
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