After a pandemic-era surge of companies and tech workers moving into Central Texas, Austin’s tech sector has had to navigate a more troubled national industry landscape marked by waves of layoffs
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The University of Texas at Austin and Infleqtion, a global quantum technologies company, have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop a new center of excellence for quantum manufacturing.
In the years since the COVID-19 pandemic crippled the global supply chain for chips that power everything from video games to cars to medical devices, semiconductors have been atop the national
Researchers at Texas A&M University will spearhead a groundbreaking project to revolutionize medication administration for pediatric patients, thanks to an approximately $3 million grant from
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) - Microchips, also known as semiconductors, play a crucial role in powering electronic devices such as computers, cars, and cell phones.
A warehouse manager in Waco went from earning about $9 an hour to earning more than $140,000 a year, thanks to an associate degree.
The life sciences industry is a global force driving medical innovation and advancements in health care. From pharmaceuticals and biotechnology to medical devices and diagnostics, this sector plays
Learn about CNC manufacturing robotics and discover how machine shops are leveraging automation technologies to increase efficiency within production operations.
The University of Texas at El Paso has joined a project led by NASA to leverage 3D-printing processes with the aim of manufacturing rechargeable batteries using lunar and Martian regolith, which
Smart factories are the future of manufacturing, and automating operations is the first step to achieving autonomous production. Learn the role manufacturing automation companies play in this