Allison Moux

Mill 19 at Hazelwood Green now open, 15 years in the making

By Bill O’Toole, NEXT Pittsburgh It was worth the wait. On Wednesday morning, leaders from Pittsburgh’s government, business and academic communities gathered with hundreds of guests at Hazelwood Green to celebrate the grand opening of Mill 19, a stunning research and development hub poised to remake the manufacturing sector. Built entirely within the skeleton of […]

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DMI Achieves Zero Waste to Landfill, First of its Kind for a PA Manufacturing Facility

DMI Companies is proud to announce that their main manufacturing facility, located in Monongahela PA, is now classified as a zero waste to landfill facility. Spearheaded by an overall corporate vision of a sustainable future and innovative energy efficient product design, DMI is the first manufacturing facility to achieve the TRUE Silver zero waste to […]

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The DOD SBIR 19.2 and STTR 19.B Broad Agency Announcements are Open for Proposal Submission

You may now submit your Phase I proposals for the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) 19.2 and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) 19.B Broad Agency Announcements (BAA) through the Department of Defense (DOD) SBIR/STTR proposal submission website at https://sbir.defensebusiness.org. All proposals for this Announcement must be received by 8:00 p.m. ET on Monday, July 1, 2019.  Important […]

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NASA’s Heat Resistant Materials for Your Business

NASA’s Technology Transfer Program is looking for companies interested in utilizing NASA’s high-temperature materials and coatings to improve their existing products, or introduce new ones to their customers. These technologies, originally developed for exploration and discovery, can help improve damage resistance, increase product lifetimes, and save energy. Click here to browse NASA’s entire portfolio of high-temperature […]

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NASA Offers Superior Insulation Technologies for Your Business

NASA’s Technology Transfer Program is offering a portfolio of novel insulation materials to the public for licensing. From aerogels and organic polymers to powder-filled insulating layers, these breakthrough materials have the potential to help you move toward advanced and sustainable insulation solutions. Click on one of the technologies below to read more! Atomic Number (Z)-Grade Radiation […]

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5 takeways from the NEXTpittsburgh panel on advanced manufacturing

By Bill O’Toole, NEXT Pittsburgh Even for experts, it can be tough to keep track of the rapid pace of change and innovation in Pittsburgh’s advanced manufacturing sector. Fortunately, Pittsburgh’s manufacturing community had a chance to touch base and catch up on Tuesday morning at Nova Place, when NEXTpittsburgh hosted a panel dedicated to innovators […]

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Local Company Cleans Up During Small Business Week: George Saxon Jr. Lauded as SBA’s Regional and Local Exporter of the Year

PITTSBURGH – Perched on a walkway, cleaning large, steam surface condensers with his family’s patented tube-cleaning products is how SBA’s (the U.S. Small Business Administration) award-winner George Saxon Jr. spent his college breaks. Fast-forward three decades and Saxon, who still lends a hand cleaning up corrosion, is taking the 95-year-old Conco Services Corporation international with […]

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Meet 5 innovators disrupting the world of manufacturing

By NEXT Pittsburgh Manufacturing’s not what it used to be. Infused with the latest technology, it has been rebranded as advanced manufacturing. And it’s not only highly innovative and constantly changing but it’s also providing all kinds of opportunities in the way of jobs. NEXT Pittsburgh is holding an event on Tuesday, May 21, gathering […]

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NCDMM adds new venture

By The Indiana Gazette BURRELL TOWNSHIP — What potentially may be a multi-million-dollar program, AMNOW, will support the inclusion of additive manufacturing or 3-D printing technology into the U.S. Army’s supply chain program, according to a press release issued Tuesday by the National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining and its partners. AMNOW was launched […]

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Contracts for Accessing ERP – Top four terms to Achieve

Most ERP access contracts provided by sellers are simply awful. That is awful for buyers, but quite stellar for sellers. In summary the sellers want unilateral control of the commercial relationship as it has a direct tie to long-term revenue potential for them.   Further the ERP buyer is far more at risk in the […]

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