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Modern Meadow aims to combine 3-D printing and tissue engineering to meet the world's demand for beef and leather.
Smaller, less expensive 3-D printers are unlocking the ability for more people to be part of the maker movement.
The White House announced today that it will expand on its program to promote advanced manufacturing in the U.S., an effort to drive global competitiveness.
Industry City Distillery's small-scale vodka starts with a well-designed manufacturing process.
The 3-D printing visionary kicks off the 2013 South by Southwest Interactive Festival. His advice to entrepreneurs with a dream: 'Believe that it's possible.'
In his State of the Union address, the President talked about the need to supercharge U.S. manufacturing and gave a nod to this Midwestern town.
Apple will start making some Macs in America in 2013, the latest in a wave of companies stepping up support of the red, white, and blue. Here's how to make the most of manufacturing in the U.S.A.
Choosing the right manufacturing partner is one of the most important decisions to make as a startup. Here are tips to find a winner right out of the gate.
Giving special treatment to one industry leads to misallocation of resources to that favored business sector.
Tegu puts toys to work to build a better future for homeless kids.
The 15-year-old company was chugging along before its founders chucked long-held conventions and completely reconceived the design of the snowboard.
Halloween is a booming business in the U.S. that's captured the imaginations of both children and adults. But that hasn't always been the case. We spoke with the president and CEO of Rubie's Costume Co., and asked him how the holiday became so supersized.
From humble roots, Rubie's Costume Co., has grown into a global enterprise while staying family-owned -- thanks to ghosts, goblins and Lady Gaga.
Product packaging is pesky and expensive, but can we live without it? One startup's founders are betting that the answer is yes.
LooptWorks founder Scott Hamlin reveals his list of top tweeters for upcycling.
How one earplug company supports jobs for 200 people with disabilities.