In March, the Treasury secretary told Marketplace that the U.S. and China need to put a "floor" under their relationship.
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U.S. companies that have to comply with European Union rules see the benefits of using one standard for both places.
They may sound good. But the advice isn’t always sound.
Researchers at the University of Rochester created a material that could make superconducting possible at room temperature.
Kevin Czinger, of Czinger Vehicles and Divergent Technologies, envisions flexible, local factories that are fixtures in their communities.
The pandemic led to an explosion of interest in and funding of biotech. That continues even as many sectors slow and recession fears grow.
The European Union's Digital Markets Act could have implications beyond Europe's borders — even in the U.S., where similar bills didn't make it through Congress.
"The first digital use of the transistor for consumers was in a calculator," says Rick Bensene, curator of the Old Calculator Web Museum.
Mohamed Atalla of Egypt and Dawon Kahng of Korea are responsible for the technology that helped harness the transistor's power.