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    Per the Spec

    Quality conversations for the manufacturing world.

    Stephanie Louise Kwolek's research in 1971 resulted in an important discovery, in the form of a liquid crystalline polymer solution. The unusual strength and stiffness of this solution led to the invention of Kevlar®, a...

    In my earlier blog post, I spoke about what can be done today to encourage the next generation to embrace STEM disciplines, especially for women. In this blog, let's see why women entering the manufacturing industry is...

    Focus on the roots with STEM

    by Pamela Kan on Feb 24, 2017 10:13:44 AM

    When reading or studying, I tend to look for patterns. It’s probably why I innately love marketing—it involves tons of data on patterns. As a woman who runs a second-generation manufacturing and engineering company I am...

    The Manufacturing Institute mentioned in a report that although women represent nearly 47% of the total US labor force, they make up less than a third (27%) of the manufacturing workforce. However, despite these numbers, ...

    An American engineer specializing in heat transfer and fluid dynamics, Nancy Burr Deloye Fitzroy was the first woman to study chemical engineering at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She is an...

    Encouraging women to take up STEM

    by Anshika Srivastava on Aug 11, 2016 12:19:23 PM

    Creating the next generation of engineers and scientists is critical to any country’s economy, which demands more skilled workers and a wider range of available talent. It is estimated that over the next decade nearly 3.5...

    Modern manufacturing has become a digitally driven sector, and it is no longer solely the "dirty and dangerous" occupation it has long been perceived to be. Today, there are many tech-centric and highly paid positions...