NSF to Invest in Future Manufacturing Through 22 Projects Nationwide

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A man in an orange safety vest and hardhat examines an advanced manufacturing process on a factory floor.

A man in an orange safety vest and hardhat examines an advanced manufacturing process on a factory floor.

The National Science Foundation (NSF) recently awarded more than $30 million in research grants and project seed grants as part of the Future Manufacturing program. These awards are intended to promote U.S. competitiveness in transformational manufacturing, including biomanufacturing, cyber manufacturing, and eco manufacturing. 

The research projects, which include four-year colleges and universities, community colleges, and corporations, will “investigate areas to transform the predictability, security, reliability and efficiency” of advanced manufacturing. 

Read more about the awards and the grantees in this announcement from NSF.

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