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In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:
Everything is bigger in Texas, including Samsung's plans for the Lone Star State.
The GNOM is an uncrewed ground vehicle made by Ukraine-based Temerland.
Chipotle wants to have 7,000 restaurants in North America. Right now, there are 3,008. To more than double, the company is adding robots to the workforce.
According to a recent Reuters report, a majority owned unit of Hyundai Motor Company, SMART Alabama LLC, has been employing children as young as 12 years old.
The Ocean Cleanup is a nonprofit environmental engineering organization that identified the Rio Motagua in Guatamala as a river that sends an estimated 20,000 tons of plastic into the Caribbean Sea every year.
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Rice University mechanical engineers have found a way to convert the bodies of dead wolf spiders into necrobotic grippers.
North Dakota's governor is pushing federal officials to expedite a review of a Chinese company’s proposed wet corn milling plant to make sure it is not detrimental to national security.
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