Category: manufacturing

NASA Selects Proposals to Enable Manufacturing In Space for Earth

Following a decade of assembly of the International Space Station and the subsequent decade of research onboard the ISS National Lab, NASA moves boldly into the decade of results with the award of new and promising technologies for in-space manufacturing of advanced materials and products for use on Earth. With more than 21 years of continuous […]

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Advanced Manufacturing in Energy Systems (AMES) Symposium – Inciting Change Through Research

  In January of this year, students from the Advanced Manufacturing in Energy Systems Masters program (AMES) presented their research work to representatives from the Department of Energy’s Advance Manufacturing Office (DOE-AMO) as well as industrial partners who attended the AMES Symposium.  The symposium was a culmination of the AMES students’ hard work and research […]

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UConn Research Team Developing Emergency Ventilator Prototype

Jeffrey McCutcheon, the Al Geib Professor of Environmental Engineering Research and Education at UConn, is usually busy this time of year studying subjects like membrane separations and filtration. But like many, the director of the Fraunhofer USA Center for Energy Innovation, located in the Innovation Partnership Building at UConn Tech Park, has seen the focus […]

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Master of Science Program now Accepting Applications for Advanced Manufacturing for Energy Systems (AMES)

The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) awarded the University of Connecticut at Storrs a traineeship program grant in 2018.  This grant addresses workforce training needs in the early-stage technology area of advanced materials and process technologies in energy-related manufacturing. UConn has implemented a masters-level training programs designed to train a new generation […]

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