MIT's Hockfield: "Time to get busy reinventing manufacturing"

Hope for digging out from the current economic malaise lies in tapping "unprecedented new manufacturing technologies," like nano-manufacturing, says MIT President Susan Hockfield at a recent gathering. She says the industry needs to "get busy reinventing manufacturing." Speakers say it's production techniques that need to work, and that manipulating matter at the smallest scales is a path to cutting-edge medicine. Article

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