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Teaching manufacturers how to fish with e-commerce

Many manufacturers are looking to get into the e-commerce game and to do so, they can go about it one of two ways: Do the work themselves while hoping to figure it out as they go along and stare at a huge learning curve. Hire a marketing firm to do the work for them. The […]


The engineer behind the first CT scan

When we think about medical devices, we may not take much time to consider when they were first invented. It may be hard to imagine that October 1, 1971, was 50 years ago but many of today’s most used medical devices were invented in the last 100 years including the first computed tomography image or […]


Beverage developer expands operations

Have a great idea for a new beverage? Need the ability to take it from concept to consumer? Flavorman, a beverage development company, just broke ground on a new facility expansion in Louisville, Kentucky. “Upon completion, the project will bring 30 new jobs to downtown Louisville and will continue to serve as a catalyst for […]


Manufacturers take their business online

“According to the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), the period between February and March 2020 say 35.5% of manufacturers experienced supply chain disruptions, and 78% felt uncertainty around the pandemic and worried that it would impact their business.” When we talk about the supply chain, it is the whole chain that includes distributors, wholesalers, warehouses, […]


Aircraft fuel made from sunlight and air

“Scientists at ETH Zurich have built a plant that can produce carbon-neutral liquid fuels from sunlight and air.” This plant can produce synthetic liquid fuels that release as much CO2 during combustion as was extracted from the air for production previously. “CO2 and water are extracted directly from ambient air and split using solar energy.” […]


Spyware invading phones

  “Spyware is a software with malicious behavior that aims to gather information about a person or organization and send it to another entity in a way that harms the user.” We have come to expect certain security features when it comes to our business and personal computers to protect us from spyware. Now our […]


Two of the largest companies feuding over the Cloud

We frequently talk about moving to the Cloud when it comes to Enterprise Labeling but housing data in the Cloud is needed for more businesses than we realize. “In 2019, the Pentagon awarded a massive, $10 billion contract for Microsoft to provide cloud computing services to the defense department.” 2 years later, the contract was […]


Man becomes a physicist at the age of 89

Manfred Steiner, a Rhode Island resident, achieved a lifelong goal after spending nearly two decades working towards and a lifetime thinking about becoming a physicist at the young age of 89. “Steiner cherishes this degree because it is what he has always wanted—and because he overcame health problems that could have derailed his studies.” Growing […]


Electronic nose can distinguish millions of scents

Did you know the human nose has an estimated 400 scent receptors and can distinguish millions of different smells? Trying to replicate this seems almost unfathomable, but one engineer is finding a way to benefit the environment, law enforcement, and even the military. Through a grant from the National Science Foundation’s Center for Bioanalytical Metrology […]


Avoiding production shutdowns

Our partners at NiceLabel & Loftware recently conducted a survey of 300 directors in manufacturing across the U.S., UK, France, and Germany. “The survey found that on average more than two-thirds of manufacturers (67%) were having to shut down their production line for more than an hour if there was a problem with labeling printing.” […]