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05/10/13
Trends in Technical Careers. 7. Interdisciplinary areas for American manufacturing revival
Filed under: Mature professionals, Observ. Trends, Alternate Career Paths
Posted by: site admin @ 4:41 pm

Federally funded research is dead-end financing to business,
but the source of training, novel ideas and innovation to meet
significant goals more than a quarter into the future.

WSJ reported three initiativeslink
 - equipment that shares information over networks  1 
 - light weight metals with superior properties
    ORNL  2 
 - ZnO and GaN semiconductor materials
     next generation display technology  3  4 
all modeled after Germany’s subsidized institutes.

One Response to “Trends in Technical Careers. 7. Interdisciplinary areas for American manufacturing revival”

  1. site admin Says:


    James Haggerty WSJ 5-16-pB6 and others have described
    how machines are linked to networks to monitor processes
    and thereby insure quality.

    Millions have been spent to rework and repair out of spec
    components inserted into products. It is an effort to detect
    and avert problems and reduce downtime.
    http://online.wsj.com/article_email/SB10001424127887324059704578472671425572966-lMyQjAxMTAzMDEwNTExNDUyWj.html#articleTabs%3Dcomments

    The comments raise the similarity of big data as described
    here to six sigma. one and the same. The difference being
    wireless incorporation of production machinery into preset
    problem scenarios. Big data seems to be less specific.

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