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NextFlex News – January 2020 Newsletter

NextFlex has been officially invited to respond to an RFP from the Department of Defense (DoD) to submit a detailed proposal for the next 7-year phase of the Manufacturing Innovation Institute and how we will further develop the Flexible Hybrid Electronics manufacturing ecosystem and accelerate FHE adoption in the US. …

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Request for Letters of Support

We need your help. As you know, NextFlex was awarded its first Cooperative Agreement from the Department of Defense in 2015 and will soon enter in to writing and submitting a new proposal for a second Cooperative Agreement. Our plan is to build upon the foundation created with our 100+ …

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NextFlex News – December 2019 Newsletter

As 2019 draws to a close and we look forward to new opportunities in the new year, the NextFlex team is grateful in many ways and we’d like to thank you for your continuing support, your creative ideas, and your partnership. We appreciate the collaboration of our members and partners …

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NextFlex News – November 2019 Newsletter

Big Changes at NextFlex It is with mixed emotions that I announce that Brynt Parmeter, our Director of Workforce Development, Education and Training has accepted a wonderful opportunity with Walmart as their Senior Director of Military Programs. Combining his deep experience in workforce development and the military, Brynt will be …

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NextFlex News – October 2019 Newsletter

It’s always nice to be able to share good news and the folks at Auburn University recently shared that their paper, “Flexure and Twist Test Reliability Assurance of Flexible Electronics,” was awarded the Outstanding Paper of Conference at the ASME INTERPACK Conference last week in Anaheim, CA. The paper focused …

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Manufacturing Day 2019 Encourages Next Generation of Innovators

by Emily McGrath, Deputy Director of Workforce Development, NextFlex On October 11, at Jabil Blue Sky Innovation Center in San Jose, over 125 high school students gathered to learn more about how they can pursue careers in manufacturing. Students from around Silicon Valley – representing Lincoln, Yerba Buena, Piedmont, Overfelt, …

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