A new technology innovation program (TIP) for advanced manufacturing research in electronics, biotechnology and nanotechnology was funded with $22 million by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), which expects matching funds from research partners to exceed $44 million total. Look for advances in displays and energy over the next three years. R. Colin Johnson, Kyoto Prize Fellow @NextGenLog
Kent Displays received $3 million develop a suite of integrated processes for efficient, "roll-to-roll" manufacturing of flexible, reflective displays for high-volume product markets.
The two- to three-year programs will research nine targeted manufacturing technologies that offer innovative and promising approaches in a variety of fields in electronics, biopharmaceuticals, renewable energy generation and energy storage...
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