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Industries Find Solutions in Cross-Industry Partnerships 

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When automotive OEMs, the federal government and researchers are on the same page, the industry finds itself paving the road to a successful future.   Automotive’s Unique and Special Time” highlights just how high tech the industry really is, and what it means for industry players and the communities that host their operations. Learn about advances in carbon fiber reinforced plastics, as seen in the BMW i3 and the Nissan Rogue, to advances in connected vehicle technologies and how they will transform the industry.

Auto’s Fast Lane” discusses the outlook for an industry that is breaking sales records, embracing global trends and incorporating technologies to create lighter and connected cars. Learn about manufacturing hotspots, and the challenges the industry needs to overcome.

In regard to the challenges in the bioscience industry, “Vision, Cooperation and Capital Stimulate Bio” details how a handful of regions are closing gaps in resources to boost their clusters. The common thread is a collaborative spirit, which builds new relationships and creates new opportunities.

In related industry activity, “Biopharma Manufacturing: Budgets Continue to Expand discusses key trends, such as expanding budgets, cost reductions in manufacturing, the latest in regard to the biosimilars market, and the need for manufacturing efficiencies. BioPlan Associates says based on preliminary findings of its annual report on the sector, manufacturers are embracing new technologies, but proceeding with caution.

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The ability to stay on the cutting edge is vital in any industry, particularly when it comes to advances in the renewable energy sector. “Tech Giants Expand Renewable Energy Market” takes a look at how companies realize not only are renewables the “right thing to do,” but they also offer a compelling long-term business decision. Discover why tech heavyweights such as Microsoft, Facebook, Intel, Apple and Google, are moving past trading in Renewable Energy Certificates and are deploying capital and expertise to buy or build facilities with the help of cross-industry partnerships.

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