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China Wants a Chip Machine From the Dutch. The U.S. Said No. Biden administration, continuing a Trump policy, seeks to stop ASML from selling China machines crucial to advanced microprocessors A global chip shortage is affecting how quickly we can drive a car off the lot or buy a new laptop. WSJ visits a fabrication plant in Singapore to see the complex process of chip making and how one manufacturer is trying to overcome the shortage. Photo: Edwin Cheng for The Wall Street Journal Some of the tech industry’s most important machines are made next to corn fields in the Netherlands. The U.S.

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A New Report Concerning Water Consumption

Amgen to build biologics drug substance manufacturing facility in North Carolina Related tags: Amgen , Manufacturing , Biologics , Drug substances Amgen will build a new multi-product drug substance manufacturing facility in Holly Springs, North Carolina. Combined with its new packaging plant in Columbus, Ohio (announced... [...]

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I’m still a kid, and sometimes people forget that. I just came from college. I lost my mom when I was 16. I had to learn a lot of different stuff. “When I came here and all that came to me, I was like, ‘Wow. I finally made it.’ But when you make it, it makes it harder to stay here. I had to know... [...]

A Glance Around Production

Intel scrambles for relevance with new chip naming conventions Article by Gadjo Sevilla  |  Jul 27, 2021 The news: Faced with surging competition from all sides, Intel made a commitment to reclaim its former glory as the dominant chipmaker for PCs and consumer electronics by 2025, per The Verge.... [...]

A Peek Around Usa

Bureau of Labor Statistics finds that a construction worker died every 99 minutes from a work-related injury in 2019. And a total of 5,333 fatalities on the job was the highest annual number since 2007. It’s not yet clear what’s causing this increase, but one thing’s for sure — we all need to be more vigilant about... [...]