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NextFlex News – March 2021 Newsletter

Dear Members and Friends, If you’re considering membership with NextFlex, now would be a very good time to join. Not only is there an active project call – PC 6.0 – out for proposal with $14.3M in funding (Including cost share) available, but later this month, NextFlex will host two …

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NextFlex Massachusetts Node Update: February 2021

  February 2021 Late last year, the NextFlex Massachusetts Node kicked off a series of webinars to introduce the Node to the FHE community in Massachusetts and across the U.S. Over 40 entities participated in the first event to listen to Technology Director Scott Miller introduce the NextFlex Manufacturing Institute …

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NextFlex News – February 2021 Newsletter

Dear Members and Friends, Despite ongoing challenges presented by COVID-19, our fab remains open and productive, and several NextFlex staff are working onsite while adhering to local health and safety guidelines. We continue to add to the toolset for FHE development and prototyping and are turning our focus to reliability, …

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NextFlex Receives $5M HHS Grant to Focus on Diversity in STEM

By Carly Colvin, Workforce Development Coordinator, NextFlex NextFlex was pleased to recently be awarded $5M by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to support a five-year project in the Northern Capital Region in partnership with the local nonprofit Capital Youth Empowerment Program (CYEP). This unique initiative focuses on …

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NextFlex News – January 2021 Newsletter

Dear Members and Friends, We have a lot to be grateful for as 2021 gets underway, having forged ahead in collaboration with members across the nation, all of whom have made great strides during a very difficult time. Our mission is to advance the manufacturability of flexible hybrid electronics and, …

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Evergreen Valley College Debuts New Advanced Manufacturing Technology Program

By Maniphone Dickerson, Ph.D., Division Dean of Business & Workforce Development, EVC Industry 4.0 has introduced two significant challenges for the STEM education sector. The first is the tightening of technology cycles and the second is the increasing demand for technicians and technologists. These phenomena are straining the traditional approach …

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