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posted in January 2012
Time for Obama to End Timidity on US Tech Manufacturing Jobs
Features 
1/27/2012  81 comments
President Obama laid out a "blueprint for an American economy thatís built to last" during his election-year State of the Union address this week. Good. When do we start?
Surgical Robots Could Fix NASA Satellite
News 
1/25/2012  36 comments
A modified surgical robot is helping NASA study how robots can refuel and service space satellites, remotely controlled from Earth.
What's Your Pick for Best Engineering Movie?
Mechatronics Zone 
1/25/2012  70 comments
The PBS film "Azorian" documents the construction of the equipment needed to raise a sunken Russian submarine.
Is Nanomaterial Legislation Coming Soon?
News 
1/24/2012  23 comments
Nanoscale materials may soon be regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency, and by other regulatory bodies in Europe and Japan.
Slideshow: Top 5 Robotics Trends to Watch in 2012
News 
1/23/2012  22 comments
The most important robotics trends of this coming year will enable volume manufacturing and greater integration of robotics with machine vision and automated systems.
MEMS Will Set the World on Fire
Blog 
1/6/2012  9 comments
Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) were in focus at the Seventh Annual Livingston Nanotechnology Conference, with the news that the US has a competitive advantage in advanced manufacturing in nano- and, to some extent, microtechnology.




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