Albany group advances to finals in $160 million federal competition

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As originally reported in the Times Union on August 5, the FuzeHub manufacturing collaborative has advanced to the finals in a National Science Foundation competition that could bring $160 million in funding over the next decade to help develop sustainable manufacturing techniques among upstate companies.

The project is a partnership between FuzeHub and eight materials-related R&D centers at leading research universities across the Empire State. “As we enter the finals of this national competition, FuzeHub and our partners are eager to demonstrate the powerful, coordinated capabilities we have to advance the critical societal goal of manufacturing sustainability,” FuzeHub Executive Director Elena Garuc said in a statement.

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