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Device taps brain waves to help with communication

Communication and the ability to communicate are often taken for granted, but not so for a person that has been without this ability.  “In a medical first, researchers harnessed the brain waves of a paralyzed man unable to speak—and turned what he intended to say into sentences on a computer screen.” While it will take […]


Investment in electric aircraft company

While the auto industry has flown past many to perfect electric cars, the aerospace industry is on its heels with United investing in an electric aircraft company, Heart aerospace. The electric planes will have 19 seats and “Mesa airlines, which partners with United on its efforts to introduce electric aircraft to commercial services,” will also […]


3 great innovations fueled by the pandemic

While we are all still managing our way through a pandemic that has spanned over the past 18 months, there are some positive things, especially innovations that have been “fueled by COVID-19”. Genetic vaccines “Early mRNA vaccines were hard to store and didn’t produce the right type of immunity.” DNA vaccines were more stable but […]


6 benefits of mobile technology in manufacturing

  We have all seen “the evolution of information technology”, especially when it comes to mobile phones. They have gone from “simple call-making devices to more complex information processing machines.” The ability of mobile phones to collect, process, and disseminate large amounts of data makes them a great option for the manufacturing industry. Manufacturing Business […]


Antitrust laws have existed for more than 100 years

For more than 100 years, the premise of the antitrust laws has remained the same: “to protect the process of competition for the benefit of consumers, making sure there are strong incentives for businesses to operate efficiently, keep prices down, and keep quality up.” There are 3 core federal antitrust laws: The Sherman Act, created […]


Common challenges for food and beverage labeling

Many food and beverage industries face the challenge of complex global regulations, meeting localized requirements, and maintaining visibility within the supply chain.  As they manage these areas, they may also struggle with labeling challenges like “accuracy, efficiency, compliance, and traceability.” “All of these challenges can put unprecedented pressure on industries that traditionally use manual methods […]


3M helps identify and stop sale of 1 million fake respirators

In the height of COVID-19, where respirators and N95 masks were in high demand, 3M teamed up with US Marshals to stop the sale of 1 million fake respirators. Not only are manufacturers focused on the quality and supply chain of their products, but they must also be aware of those who may be falsely […]


FDA and Smarter Food Safety

The FDA is looking to move to a “New Era of Smarter Food Safety” over the next decade. They believe, as foods are reformulated, new food production methods created and the food system is more digitized, the need for new and modified safety methods must also adapt. The FDA has created a Blueprint, with input […]


New regulations to potentially hit Tesla’s Autopilot

In the age of technological advances, so comes the potential for more regulations.  It is commonplace in the areas of pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, and aeronautical industries.  Automakers too are no strangers to the regulations they must adhere to. With the new advances of Tesla’s Autopilot and driverless cars, you can see why certain regulations […]


More than just a labeling solution

While many of our clients come to us to solve a specific labeling issue, often additional efficiencies are gained through the discovery phase as part of the proposal process. This was just the case for a large pharmaceutical company for which we were updating and streamlining the labeling process.  Their technical support team was inundated […]