Abbey Dean
Editor

Abbey Dean is the Editor of Manufacturing.net. Before joining Advantage Business Media in February 2015, Abbey held a variety of editorial positions at various magazine publications, including most recently The Oxford American and Vox Magazine. While attending the Missouri School of Journalism, she learned to love Twitter. 

In this episode, self-destructing electronics and a robot you can speak to.
7.20.2017
10:48am
For the Denver-based chain, this is another in a long series of food safety issues, which began in the fall of 2015.
7.19.2017
10:49am
The Energy Observer uses wind turbines, a hydrogen fuel cell system and solar panels to power its journey.
7.17.2017
10:16am
The Takata air bag recall is the largest automotive recall in U.S. history, with 69 million inflators recalled and 42 million affected vehicles.
7.12.2017
11:10am
In this episode, a tiny one-legged robot and cabin-less tractor trailers.
7.11.2017
10:54am
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UPS also plans to hire 750 new part-time package handlers just in time for the high-demand holiday season.
7.10.2017
10:45am
In this episode, an elevator without cables and Oscar Mayer adds drones to its Weinermobile fleet.
7.6.2017
10:39am
According to OSHA, more than 65,000 people seek medical treatment for extreme heat exposure every year.
7.5.2017
3:07pm
In this episode, Elon Musk has exciting news about his Boring Company and Airbus designs another helicopter with wings.
6.27.2017
10:33am
The 52nd Paris Air Show is wrapping up following some exceptional showcases featuring the latest in commercial aviation.
6.23.2017
10:52am
On Thursday, Tesla confirmed that it was considering opening an electric vehicle manufacturing facility in the Shanghai region of China.
6.22.2017
2:52pm
In this episode, emissions from idling vehicles and BMW gets into the scooter market.
6.22.2017
10:59am
On Thursday, the Swiss confectionery giant said it was exploring selling its U.S. candy business as part of a strategic review.
6.15.2017
3:11pm
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In this episode, a creepy Robocop joins the Dubai police force and room-temperature metal refining.
6.13.2017
10:58am
Tyson Foods recalled the chicken due to an unlabeled allergen.
6.12.2017
3:41pm
The Milwaukee motorcycle maker says a poorly installed clamp on an engine cooler is the likely culprit.
6.2.2017
10:48am
On Tuesday, the White House released the proposed budget for 2018, in which funding for several notable manufacturing programs be slashed or eliminated.
5.25.2017
11:16am
Currently, Lockheed Martin has more than 7,000 employees in Central Florida.
5.24.2017
10:51am
In this episode, a road to ease electric vehicle range anxiety and a luxury vehicle with falconers in mind.
5.23.2017
10:51am
In this episode, how to extend your EV’s battery life and a look at Europe’s largest offshore wind farm.
5.16.2017
10:17am
Ford said it would also cut production of its medium-duty trucks, citing a softening demand for the F-650 and F-750 models.
5.5.2017
2:55pm
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Bacardi says that around 6,000 bottles could be affected.
5.4.2017
3:25pm
In this episode, turning glass into batteries and Elon Musk's latest venture.
5.4.2017
11:07am
In this episode, making robots easy to use and answers to lingering questions about AeroMobil’s flying car debut.
4.27.2017
12:36pm
In this episode, on-demand textile manufacturing and what to expect from AeroMobil’s flying car.
4.20.2017
2:11pm
Although unexpected, the announcement from Musk shouldn’t be much of a surprise.
4.17.2017
3:23pm
In this episode, self-diagnosing industrial equipment and Ford debuts a crib that simulates night-time drives.
4.13.2017
2:39pm
In this episode, putting robots in the friend zone and body armor inspired by an 80s classic.
4.6.2017
10:56am
In this episode, a California company begins building a hyperloop and scientists look to plant systems to more efficiently power robots.
3.30.2017
10:54am
Construction of the Gigafactory's approximately 4.9 million square feet of operational space seems to be progressing nicely.
3.30.2017
10:45am
In this episode, recycling industrial pollution and a look at Google’s Project Sunroof.
3.23.2017
10:47am
To date, no illnesses have been reported.
3.21.2017
4:38pm
In this episode, Volkswagen unveils an all-autonomous concept vehicle and a solar rooftop for your EV.
3.14.2017
10:30am
In this episode, turning paper waste into plastic and a creepy robotic snake.
3.9.2017
10:44am
In this competitive globalized marketplace, I don’t think any manufacturer can really afford to not embrace Big Data.
3.9.2017
9:31am
In this episode, pulling uranium out of seawater and an adorable dog-drone is this Japanese town’s mascot.
3.2.2017
10:26am
The job cuts will largely affect Hershey's hourly labor force outside of the United States.
3.1.2017
10:43am
German automotive giant Daimler has been at the forefront among manufacturers experimenter with cleaner, greener vehicle offerings.
2.28.2017
10:54am
Solar farms are springing up across the globe; hence, why the title of the "world's largest solar farm" is constantly changing hands.
2.27.2017
2:18pm