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  • First Robotics Internship Program Announced

    First Robotics Internship Program Announced

    Become a Corporate Sponsor of the EERE Robotics Internship Program! The EERE Robotics Internship Program is seeking corporate host sites for 10-week fully-funded summer internships. The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s (EERE) Advanced […]

  • Thank You for joining us in Michigan

    Thank You for joining us in Michigan

    IACMI’s latest newsletter is out. Read it here.

    Here’s a preview of the Thank You from IACMI CEO, Craig Blue.

    To all Members in attendance at the 2016 IACMI Members Meeting:
    Thank you.
    Nearly 300 Members joined us in Michigan at […]

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    Take the Workforce Survey!

    Significant growth in the composites industry is expected over the next several years. This growth will require additional engineering and production talent, and we are seeking your help in determining where IACMI-The Composites Institute and ACMA should focus our efforts […]

  • Stronger (and Lighter) Together: IACMI, LIFT Collaboration Begins

    Stronger (and Lighter) Together: IACMI, LIFT Collaboration Begins

    SME’s Senior Editor, Michael Anderson joined the IACMI- The Composites Institute member meeting in Detroit, Michigan this week.

    He summarized the member meeting, the IACMI-LIFT collaboration and provided a forward-looking glimpse at the next few months.

    Here’s quick look at the article […]

  • White House Innovation Forum Takes on Tennessee Flavor

    White House Innovation Forum Takes on Tennessee Flavor

    IACMI- The Composites Institute was well represented at a recent White House Forum on Innovation.  CEO Craig Blue and Board of Directors Chair Taylor Eighmy were two key thought leaders from East Tennessee asked to travel to the White House to discuss laboratory […]

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UT Announces Plans to Begin Automotive Engineering Concentration

January 12th, 2016|0 Comments

The University of Tennessee will soon begin offering an automotive engineering concentration of study for graduate and undergraduate students.

Read more about the upcoming program, the impact of the automotive industry in Tennessee and learn more about […]

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Disney uses carbon fiber to create VertiGo robot

January 5th, 2016|0 Comments

Composites Manufacturing Magazine posted an article today about new innovations in carbon fiber and this time, one of the world’s most beloved entertainment brands is behind the action.

Fortune reports the robot could be a potential […]

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Cadillac’s 2016 CT6 is more efficient and lighter…

December 7th, 2015|0 Comments

The 2016 Cadillac CT6 is lighter and more efficient than ever.  Part innovations, including a sleek carbon fiber hood produced by Magna innovations help make Cadillac a lightweight leader.

The hoods will appear in the ATS-V and CTS-V […]

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Ford continues on the path to sustainable manufacturing

December 4th, 2015|0 Comments

Ford Motor Company has been committed to sustainable manufacturing and energy efficient automotive solutions for many years.  The December 2, 2015 Ford press release reinforces continued commitment to socially responsible manufacturing solutions now and in the future.

There […]