Recognizing the Women Leading Utah’s Advanced Manufacturing Industry

Tulinda Larsen | March 22, 2021

Mar 22, 2021
UAMMI is pleased to recognize the women at the forefront of Utah’s advanced materials and advanced manufacturing. Each is contributing to the vitality of this important industry and providing role models for other women and girls to enter Utah’s advanced manufacturing. Please join us as we recognize these local women leaders! Read more... [caption id="attachment_8869" align="alignleft" width="232"] Click the image to view the full article.[/caption] UAMMI Is Proud to Recognize: Ana Van Pelt, Co-Founder /.... Read More
Recognizing the Women Leading Utah’s Advanced Manufacturing Industry

UAMMI is pleased to recognize the women at the forefront of Utah’s advanced materials and advanced manufacturing. Each is contributing to the vitality of this important industry and providing role models for other women and girls to enter Utah’s advanced manufacturing. Please join us as we recognize these local women leaders!

Snow College to Offer New Composites Program

Ben Lasseter | Sanpete Messenger - March 8, 2021

Mar 8, 2021
In response to surrounding areas becoming home to multiple composites manufacturing companies, Snow College is designing a program to fully prepare students to work in composites. The program intends to produce industry-ready candidates for manufacturing jobs across sectors including aerospace, fiberglass, sporting goods and many others. It will begin in the fall 2021 semester in partnership with ACT Aerospace in Gunnison. [caption id="attachment_8746" align="alignleft" width="286"] Instructor Chad Avery works with Snow College students in the.... Read More
Snow College to Offer New Composites Program

In response to surrounding areas becoming home to multiple composites manufacturing companies, Snow College is designing a program to fully prepare students to work in composites.

A Little Bit of Utah Lands on Mars

UAMMI Press -

Mar 8, 2021
Putting astronauts on Mars is a daunting task, not just because Mars is so much farther away than the moon but also because orbital mechanics argue for a stay of about 150 days on the surface, for a total of about two and a half years away from home. Aside from the physical, psychological, and emotional toll of such a long trip, the sheer amount of stuff that needs to be brought along is a.... Read More
A Little Bit of Utah Lands on Mars

When NASA's Perseverance rover landed on Mars, it took with it a highly sophisticated instrument called MOXIE, developed by a Utah company called OxEon Energy .