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Chemical producers abandoned the U.S. in droves. Cheap natural gas is luring them back.
Inexpensive 3-D printers aimed at consumers are toys, not the factories of the future.
Economist Ricardo Hausmann says the U.S. has a chance to invent the manufacturing technology of tomorrow.
Everything from a $125,000 genome analyzer to a credit card featuring a touch pad.
The new processor hints at the next wave of mobile communications breakthroughs.
E-mail is a mess. Mailbox, Inky, and AOL’s Alto all say they can help clean it up.
Inexpensive labor has defined the last decade in manufacturing. The future may belong to technology.
An ARPA-E project will use advanced, nanostructured materials to make solar cells that convert far more of the energy in sunlight into electricity.