Each week, a variety of market research publishers release a flurry of industry analysis and news commentary, and this week is no exception.
Catch up on all the latest here. We compile the top headlines in one place for your convenience.
The pathology community achieved a long-time goal when the CDC received $2 million in funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for lab test result harmonization.
In U.S. Pet Market Outlook, 2018-2019, Packaged Facts predicted that Amazon would launch a new premium pet food brand. It’s now happened with the introduction of Wag.
Rising population, electricity generation, and manufacturing output will help drive water use in the U.S., which is expected to reach 138 trillion gallons in 2022.
Advertisers have shifted spending to the internet, and print advertising has experienced long-term decline. Digital media is becoming the leading category.
Motor vehicles will require even more electronic components as safety and autonomous features increase. The growing production of hybrid and all-electric vehicles will also drive electronic component sales.
U.S. farmers are growing increasingly anxious as the Trump administration considers changes to the U.S. ethanol mandate and China proposes tariffs on U.S. agricultural imports.
With an emphasis on hands-on learning and the use of technology to foster inquiry, schools of the future feature plenty of open spaces to encourage collaboration.
Increased demand worldwide for processed food results in a surprising beneficiary: industrial lubricants.
Demand for construction chemicals may benefit from renewed focus on investment in America’s aging infrastructure.
The drone market has experienced robust growth, but regulations and safety concerns will drive the need for sense and avoid technology in the future.
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