Happy Friday. As you ponder your weekend, be advised that manufacturing remains OK, beer is important and gas is soon to be less so. Here’s where to find the details on all that:
Month: July 2015
Happy Tuesday. News this day of a estimated time for the arrival of cheaper chicken. Also, an update on reshoring and some ozone advocacy from Vermeer. Here’s where you can find it:
Happy Friday. Lots of manufacturing numbers to report. But nothing much important. Here’s what to read if you’re killing time with a purpose:
Iowa businesses want to know more about automation, and CIRAS is working on ways to help them. CIRAS currently is looking to expand its automation support capabilities and could have more details available about that in the coming months.
Happy Tuesday. We’ve got a little Trump news this morning, as well as economic tidbits, some insight into clustered manufacturing expertise and some video of a building blowing up. Take your pick. Here’s where to click:
Happy Friday. Today, we provide a few glimmers of an economic uptick, an account of economic muscle being wielded as part of the nationwide reshoring campaign, and a small, kind-of-cool tale about how technology can make manufacturing better. Here’s where to find it:
Happy Tuesday. A hodge-podge of not-much for you today. The items center around Iowa’s efforts to promote development, a whiskey maker’s efforts to promote itself, and some low-level promotion of biofuels. Here’s where to find the details:
A new series of BizWise regional peer forums is launching this year as part of an ongoing effort by CIRAS and the Iowa Association of Business and Industry (ABI) to help Iowa business professionals stay ahead of the curve and perform at their peak.
Happy Friday. We head into the weekend with some national projections, some overall positive news about Iowa’s economic prospects and a bunch of cool talk about 3-D printing. Here’s something to read if you’re bored this weekend at the lake:
For four decades, Dr. Wilmot Wijeratne has studied natural grain production and ways to bring the best products to consumers. He was instrumental in developing the basic technique for extracting excess oil from soybeans, and he helped create a process to do that on a large scale. Now, Wijeratne, director of food technology for Harvest Innovations, is looking at legumes—lentils, chickpeas, and garbanzo beans—to feed the latest needs of savvy shoppers.