TIME‘s cover story this week explores the “renaissance in high-tech manufacturing that now allows American factories to compete against cheap labor abroad, and could ultimately prove the key to long-term job growth.”

Inside the mag are a variety of stories including one on how sperm may not be aging as gracefully as people might think. Case in point: “Last August, a study in Nature found that older fathers face a significantly increased risk of siring a child with autism or schizophrenia, with mutations in sperm that may contribute to these conditions doubling for every 16.5 years a man ages.” Read “Too old to be a dad?” here.