Manufacturing a cleaner future
Summer was a busy one for manufacturing.The CHIPS and Science Act, which was signed into law in August, is a significant investment in domestic manufacturing in the United States.The demonstration intends to grow the U.S radically. semiconductor industry, reinforce supply chains, and put resources into Research and development for new mechanical forward leaps.
The CHIPS Act, according to John Hart, director of the Laboratory for Manufacturing and Productivity at MIT and professor of mechanical engineering, is just one example of the significantly increased interest in manufacturing in recent years.
“Multiple forces are collaborating with one another:Hart says, “reflections from the pandemic’s impact on supply chains, the global geopolitical situation, and the urgency and significance of sustainability.”This has now adjusted motivations among government, industry, and the venture local area to speed up development in assembling and modern innovation.”