December 18, 2015 - As we wrap up 2015, we look back on a year that brought us a trove of great Modern Metals stories. We've rounded up the top 10 stories that resonated with you, our readers.
Purdue University’s aerospace district research complex, established in September as part of the West Lafayette, Indiana, campus, won’t actually “be about bricks and mortar,” says Purdue Research Foundation President Dan Hasler. “It will be about the intellectual capital.”
Steady as she goes // Device makers grow despite challenges within the healthcare industry
Commodity crush // Surplus grains, ores and fossil fuels compel a pullback in machinery orders, but construction is still rising
Upward bound // Steady air travel keeps production orders growing despite softness in market
Engines: still hot // Light vehicle production rates worldwide will continue to rise, just more slowly
// Although low pricing on metal products across the globe once inspired companies to stock up, there’s little appetite for risk peering into 2016