The Applied Science and Technology Research Organization of America was formed in 2018, and is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, non-partisan Research Institute and Think Tank, dedicated to advancing the public interest through manufacturing technology and policy.
As FaithTech continues to find Christians in tech across the globe, our prayer is that 2021 will again be a season of growth. With plans to reach 20 (10 more) communities, and more opportunities for volunteers to leverage tech for the name of Jesus, we’re excited to see how God moves!
LIFT, operated by the American Lightweight Materials Manufacturing Innovation Institute (ALMMII), is a public-private partnership between the U.S. Department of Defense, industry and academia, part of the national network of manufacturing innovation institutes, driving the U.S. mobility sector toward the future manufacturing revolution to support our nation’s economy and enhance our national security.
The European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe’s gateway to space. Its mission is to shape the development of Europe’s space capability and ensure that investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world.
RAMSSES (Realisation and Demonstration of Advanced Material Solutions for Sustainable and Efficient Ships) is a 48-month collaborative programme including 21 work packages, 37 partners from 12 countries, marked by the presence of the main shipyards (Damen, Meyer Werft, STX France, Naval Group etc) and European maritime research laboratories (including TNO in the Netherlands and the RISE Research Institutes of Sweden). RAMSSES is a pharaonic project. Its ultimate goal is to perform experimental campaigns and demonstrate that new advanced material solutions in ship design can reduce their environmental footprint.
Leitat, founded in 1906, aims at Managing Technologies to create and transfer Social, Environmental, Economic and Industrial sustainable value for companies and entities through research and technology processes.
Canada Makes is a network of private, public, academic, and non-profit entities dedicated to promoting the adoption and development of advanced and additive manufacturing (AM) in Canada. It is an enabler and accelerator of AM-adoption in Canada. The network covers a broad range of additive manufacturing technologies including 3D printing; reverse engineering 3D imaging; medical implants and replacement human tissue; metallic 3D printing and more.
Adv anced Manufacturing has been highlighted by the EU as one of the key enablers to support and promotion of business research and innovation in key enabling technologies. Therefore, a number of objectives, aligned with pursuing the large-scale targets, have been set for advanced manufacturing through four pillars: technology, economic, social and environment.
SOI can provide the full suite of services from assessing marinas and recommending strategies to increase fish habitat, to providing and deploying the most appropriate fish habitat. Retrofitting a marina is always the most costly option so if you are designing are marina, get in touch with us and we can show you the most cost and ecologically effective strategies to boost biodiversity and fish numbers.
The Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation, IACMI, is committed to delivering a public-private partnership to increase domestic production capacity, grow manufacturing and create jobs across the US composite industry.
Our collaboration of industry, research institutions and state partners is committed to accelerating development and adoption of cutting-edge manufacturing technologies for low-cost, energy-efficient manufacturing of advanced polymer composites for vehicles, wind turbines, and compressed gas storage.
IACMI’s research, development, and demonstration programs will be driven by major industry participation with a focus on reducing technical risk and developing a robust supply chain to support a growing advanced composites industry. Encouragement and development of small- and medium-enterprise industry participants and long term sustainability are key objectives of the Institute.
IACMI is the fifth Institute in the National Network of Manufacturing Innovation, supported by the US Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office.
Flam王D is a not-for-profit organisation representing over 60 Companies and Research Institutes in Flanders, Belgium. Our goal is to promote all aspects of 3D printing and facilitate and support the creation new value chains.
Field Ready combines a wealth of practical field knowledge, advanced qualifications, expert advisors and an open innovation process that has created an opportunity to address some of the most difficult problems faced in remote and difficult places to work. ago
Established in 2004, New Harvest is the non-profit research institute building and establishing the field of cellular agriculture.
We strategically fund and conduct open, public, collaborative research that reinvents the way we make animal products - without animals.
FABulous aims to create and support a FI service ecosystem for 3D printing technologies, bringing together infrastructures and investors with innovators and entrepreneurs in the field of design, manufacturing, logistic and content-based services.
America Makes is the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute. As the USA’s leading and collaborative partner in additive manufacturing (AM) and 3D printing (3DP) technology research, discovery, creation, and innovation, America Makes is working to accelerate AM and 3DP technologies and increase the United States' global manufacturing.
Vascularization is one of the most important and highly challenging issues in the development of soft tissue. It is necessary to supply cells with nutrition within a multilayer tissue, for example in artificial skin.
Our research on artificial skin is driven by an increasing demand for two main applications: for the field of regenerative medicine, victims must be provided with soft tissue implants, as well as soft tissue is necessary after traumatic injuries and tumour treatment. Secondly, to substitute the expensive and ethically disputed pharmaceutical tests on animals by artificial vascularized test beds to simulate the uptake of the pharmaceuticals into the blood.
The multidisciplinary ArtiVasc 3D team - consisting of engineers, physicists, chemists, biologists and physicians - is working on developing standardized processes for scaffold production and to cultivate vascularized skin rapidly and inexpensively. In this way, the project is contributing to improving and accelerating patient treatment in emergencies and to reducing animal testing to an absolute minimum.
Oerlikon Metco is a global partner offering reliable and sustainable solutions for performance-critical applications. Our innovative solutions add value and strengthen the competitive position of our customers.
solutions by current, as well as future, U.S.-based producers of Department of Defense (DoD) systems by assisting with the ongoing identification and implementation of, and transition to, state-of-the-art manufacturing and technology solutions.
We work closely with all DoD organizations, as well as DoD suppliers, to identify opportunities where process improvements will lead to significant cost savings or removal of critical bottlenecks. Our in-house manufacturing experts, along with a vast network of Alliance Partners and Manufacturing Consortium, develop and transition to the shop floor improved manufacturing and machining technologies and methodologies. To date, NCDMM projects have generated more than $500 million in cost savings or avoidance for the DoD and its supply base.
Our Alliance Partners and Manufacturing Consortium are established technological leaders in manufacturing-related fields. These organizations take an active role in identifying, developing, demonstrating, and deploying new solutions in partnership with the NCDMM. To date, we maintain relationships with more than 90 Alliance Partners and over 200 Manufacturing Consortiummembers.
We take great pride in reducing manufacturing and machining costs, enabling more critical hardware and supplies to be available for our troops in defense of our nation. If your organization is interested in partnering with the NCDMM or would like to learn more about our service offerings, please contact us for details.
Since 1998, the Golden West Humanitarian Foundation has addressed critical shortfalls in heavily mine-impacted countries across the globe. Each year we have built on our innovative work from the past, uncovering and addressing the challenges that hinder clearance efforts.
From pioneering a solution to recycle unexploded ordnance in Cambodia to publishing a UXO awareness book for children, we take a comprehensive approach to solving the problem. As we continue to expand our resources and expertise, we are able to bring high impact solutions to an increasing number of communities living in areas contaminated with landmines and unexploded ordnance.
Our mission is to safeguard the lives and livelihoods of men, women and children residing in areas contaminated with landmines and unexploded ordnance, through the development of innovative and practical materials and technologies designed to combat these life threatening munitions.We fulfil this mission guided by the core values of innovation, forethought, partnership, appropriateness, impact and affordability. Our vision is of a world one step closer to peace and prosperity where mankind lives in an environment free of explosive remnants of war.
From Ideas to Action
The Golden West Humanitarian Foundation is a United States based, non-profit charity dedicated to the development of innovative, appropriate technologies to overcome the operational limitations encountered by the humanitarian mine action community.
With an abundance of combined experience in Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), engineering, training, chemistry, and geo-physics, Golden West personnel are highly qualified to effectively improve the operational efficacy of the organizations working to rid the planet of the deadly Explosive Remnants of War (ERW).
By working collaboratively with governments, the UN, National Mine Action Centers and NGOs, we address the needs of the mine action community and strive to ensure the widest dissemination and use of the innovative systems we develop in order to save lives.