Ithaca Journal Say goodbye to those clunky, nuts-and-bolts robots. The robots of tomorrow will be as flexible as paper. That’s what researchers from MIT, Harvard
Albany Business Review SUNY Adirondack will offer a “manufacturing matters” course Sept. 30 to Oct. 23. The four-week-long course is designed to benefit manufacturing-based companies that
Dan North is bullish on reshoring. The chief economist at Euler Hermes, the world’s largest trade credit insurance company, cites America’s relatively low labor and energy costs, steady employment growth, and increased manufacturing productivity. Higher interest rates and a stronger U.S. dollar could pose long-term threats, but North expects today’s positive trends to continue.
WKBW ABC News Incentives offered by state and local government helped lure a Canadian manufacturer and distributor of health products back to the region. The Reena