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Advanced Manufacturing

Use of innovative technologies to create existing products and the creation of new products. Advanced manufacturing can include production activities that depend on information, automation, computation, software, sensing, and networking.2

NSF Announces Investment in Future of Manufacturing

| National Science Foundation | Manufacturing USA | Advanced Manufacturing, Cellular Manufacturing

Continued U.S. leadership in advanced manufacturing requires new technologies, processes, and skills, especially in the emerging fields of biomanufacturing, cyber-manufacturing and eco-manufacturing. To address that need, the U.S. National Science Foundation is announcing investments in 24 new projects to drive future manufacturing.

U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office Celebrate MFG Day 2020

| Manufacturing USA | Advanced Manufacturing

Manufacturing Day (MFG Day)—organized nationally by The Manufacturing Institute—is manufacturing’s biggest annual opportunity to inspire the next generation about the industry and careers in modern manufacturing—and to say: “Creators Wanted.” MFG DAY was created to correct public perception and addresses many misperceptions by giving manufacturers an opportunity to open their doors and show, in

Energy Department Selects Four Projects for High Performance Computing for Manufacturing in Steel and Aluminum Production

| Department of Energy | Advanced Manufacturing, High Performance Computing

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), in partnership with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), announced nearly $1.2 million for four new projects to support American steel and aluminum manufacturers in improving energy efficiency, increasing productivity, and accelerating manufacturing innovation.

Strategy for American Leadership in Advanced Manufacturing

| Advanced Manufacturing
Today, the White House released the quadrennial Strategy for American Leadership in Advanced Manufacturing, which describes how Federal agencies, state and local government, the full spectrum of educational institutions, large and small private industry, large and small investors and, most importantly, our citizenry can achieve a national vision of U.S.