Public-policy leaders are taking yet another look at manufacturing's importance to the U.S. economy. This time, let's make sure they get it right.
The Bush Administration's 2006 budget once again short-changes industrial R&D, but it's not the only one.
Many [U.S. manufacturers] are so worried about competing on cost, their greatest weakness, that they are failing to compete on innovation, their greatest strength.
We must pull together in urgent and reasoned debate to adapt to this growth spurt of globalization.
Dwindling supply of mathematicians, scientists and engineers is reason for alarm.