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Update: Curiosity Rover Lands on Mars
News 
8/6/2012  14 comments
Curiosity carries 10 science instruments. Some of the tools are the first of their kind on Mars, including a laser-firing instrument for checking elemental composition of rocks from a distance.
Slideshow: US Tech Fest Showcases Young Engineers
Blog 
5/4/2012  17 comments
Ten of thousands of K-12 students from around the nation showed up for the second annual USA Science and Engineering Festival.
Flexible Manufacturing Critical to US Innovation
Guest Blogs 
4/5/2012  12 comments
The US must continue to innovate to regain ground in sectors like manufacturing. But the formula for fostering innovation in several electronics sectors remains elusive.
Rebuilding America: Should US Companies Follow Germans' Lead?
Guest Blogs 
2/23/2012  41 comments
Rather than sacking loyal, trained workers, many struggling German companies simply cut the hours of all employees in order to preserve jobs and, ultimately, the enterprise.
Rebuilding Manufacturing: Fixing the Dysfunctional R&D Tax Credit
Guest Blogs 
2/6/2012  24 comments
As the debate over how to revive US manufacturing heats up, tax and other proposals are emerging to provide incentives for technology companies to boost investment in innovative research that could foster new engines of economic growth.
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?


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