The University of New Brunswick has received $1.12M from Mitacs and Lockheed Martin for marine additive manufacturing research. A release from UNB states that the funds will support interns in UNB’s Marine Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence. “One of the main goals of MAMCE is to develop the next generation of researchers and machinists who will become tomorrow’s leaders in the advanced manufacturing industry in our region,” says David Saucy, VP of the Construction and Equipment Division for JD Irving, Ltd. MAMCE is the result of a partnership between UNB, Custom Fabricators and Machinists, New Brunswick Community College, Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick, and Nova Scotia Community College.



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