"News & Issues" piece on last week's opening of the $8 million Advanced Engineer
"News & Issues" piece on last week's opening of the $8 million Advanced Engineered Wood Composites Center (AEWC) at the University of Maine, which celebrated the university's acceleration into the top ranks of research and development (R & D) facilities. The center, seeded with R & D funds provided by a referendum vote two years ago, might also transform Maine's traditional forest products industry. AEWC director Habib Dagher says the UMaine facility is the largest of its type and is designed to manufacture and test products made of natural wood strengthened with synthetic fibers and resins.
Composite materials industry, University of Maine Orono Advanced Engineered Wood Composites Center
Haskell, Meg, ""News & Issues" piece on last week's opening of the $8 million Advanced Engineer" (2000). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 4449.
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