Barack Obama Creating manufacturing jobs By removing technological barriers

The U S Govt.Plans To Spend $140 million On Two Public Private Advanced Manufacturing Partnership one in
[1]Chicago and one in the
[2] Detroit area — and a competition for the first of four additional institutes that will boost advanced manufacturing in the United States.
American manufacturers have created 622,000 jobs since early 2010, and President Obama is committed to building on that progress.
Obama Said “If we want to attract more good manufacturing jobs to America,” he said, “we’ve got to make sure we’re on the cutting edge of new manufacturing techniques and technologies.”
Barack obama The President announced that the Department of Transportation is making available $600 million in Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grants, a tremendously successful program investing in the nation’s infrastructure.
Obama Ensured that Those grants won’t just help repair crumbling roads and bridges — they’ll create more jobs
Lightweight and Modern Metals Manufacturing Innovation Institute Is Headquartered in the Detroit area, the LM3I Institute pairs the world’s leading aluminum, titanium, and high strength steel manufacturers with universities and laboratories pioneering new technology development and research. The institute will focus on expanding the market for and create new consumers of products and systems that utilize new, lightweight, high‑performing metals and alloys by removing technological barriers to their manufacture.
Autoworkers in Detroit are already using advanced, lightweight metals to build new cars that use less gas — just one example of what these materials can do, as President Obama explained.They can help us build lighter armored vehicles for our troops; planes and helicopters that can carry bigger payloads; wind turbines that generate more power at less cost; prosthetic limbs that help people walk again who never thought they could. We believe there’s going to be incredible demand for these metals, both from the military and the private sector, and we want them to be made right here in America. We want our workers to have those jobs.
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President Obama also announced a new competition for an Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation Institute to improve our ability to manufacture materials that increase the energy efficiency of our cars, planes, windmills, and other products. This new competition is the first of the four the President will launch this year, building on his pledge in this year’s State of the Union and hitting the halfway point on his initial goal of creating 15 Manufacturing Innovation Institutes.
In May 2013, the Administration launched competitions for the three institutes with a Federal commitment of $200 million across five agencies – the Departments of Defense, Energy, Commerce, NASA, and the National Science Foundation, building off the success of a pilot institute headquartered in Youngstown, Ohio. In January 2014, the first of these three institutes was announced, the new Department of Energy-led Next Generation Power Electronics Manufacturing Innovation Institute in Raleigh, N.C.