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NWSC Crane adding major R&D site: will partner with industry.

CRANE, IN -- The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane has broken ground on a 67,000 [ft..sup.2] electrochemistry engineering facility that will house joint industry-government R&D studies. NSWC-Crane ( will use the new plant to house the E/CIT program for design tool development. NSWC Crane director of technology transfer David R. Beckett said, "NSWC Crane's expertise, equipment and facilities make Crane a perfect choice for teaming and partnership arrangements for defense and nondefense related companies. We seek and encourage all opportunities to collaborate with academia and private industry."
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Title Annotation:Around The World/Manufacturing
Publication:Printed Circuit Design & Manufacture
Date:Apr 1, 2004
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