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Home > News > $2 Billion Indiana Military Technical Center Taps World-Class University Firepower

February 28th, 2008

$2 Billion Indiana Military Technical Center Taps World-Class University Firepower

Abstract:
Top university officials from Purdue, Notre Dame, the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and Indiana University joined officials from Indiana State University, Ivy Tech, Vincennes University, the University of Indianapolis, Butler University and others to discuss how key research faculty could better engage with the $2 billion NSWC Crane facility for the commercialization and development of new technology for defense purposes.

University scientists and technology representatives presented capabilities and current engagements with NSWC Crane and other military operations. The non-classified presentations included information on military-related nanotechnology, space technology development, applied engineering, advanced composite innovations and military-related IT research, according to WestGate @ Crane managing partner Dale Ankrom.

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