ORNL, a different UT execute MOU focused on collaborative research

Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and another UT, in this case The University of Toledo, have entered into a memorandum of understanding for collaborative research into the advanced design and manufacturing of high-strength, intelligent, lightweight materials for use by the automotive sector.

According to this news release, the partnership will connect the manufacturing, carbon fiber and composites, machining, energy storage and metrology expertise and capabilities at ORNL with the manufacturing system modeling, metals engineering, assembly systems and other expertise at the Ohio-based university. The collaboration expects to also engage with the automotive industry in Ohio and Michigan.

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