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Leveling the Magnetic Field: Defense Magnets No Longer Allowed to be Made in China

By Jeffrey A. Green | Owner, J.A. Green & Company
The John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act, signed by the President into law in August, will have significant effects on the supply chain for rare earth magnets (and tungsten) supplied to the U.S. military. Section 871 of the law puts significant new restrictions on the use of foreign magnets in the military supply chain. MORE

Competitors in Global Race to Develop Large-Scale MagLev Transportation Systems

Three companies based in the Los Angeles area — Virgin Hyperloop One, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies and Elon Musk’s The Boring Company — are locked in a a globetrotting whirlwind competition to develop magnetic-levitation transportation systems. MORE

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