NanoAl Awarded Contract to Develop Aluminum-Based Metallic Glass for Additive Manufacturing

A Phase I SBIR grant from the US Air Force will support the development of ultra-high strength, and low-density metallic glass powders for use in the additive manufacture of aerospace components.

NanoAl Co-Founder, Professor David Seidman, Elected to National Academy of Engineering

Election to the academy is among the highest professional distinctions accorded to an engineer. Seidman was cited by NAE for “contributions to understanding of materials at the atomic scale, leading to advanced materials and processes.” 

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NanoAl Awarded Contract to Develop Lightweight Aluminum Conductors

A Phase II SBIR grant from the US Department of Energy will support the development of a low cost, improved conducting alloy for overhead power lines.

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NanoAl Co-Founder, Professor David Seidman, Receives ASM Gold Medal

Professor Seidman will receive the prestigious award at MS&T19.

 

New Method for 3D Printing Extraterrestial Material

NanoAl co-founder, Dr. David Dunand, contributes to method of 3D-printing Martian dust - providing a sustainable manufacturing method for space travelers. April 2017

Aluminum is Booming in the Electrical Sector

NanoAl featured in Al Circle editorial. December 2016.

New Nanoscale Structures give Metals a Boost

NanoAl featured in Design News. September 2016.

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NanoAl Develops Heat-Treatable Alloys for High-Performance Wire and Cable

NanoAl featured in Al Circle editorial. September 2016.

NanoAl Provides a Family of Heat Resistant, High Conductivity, Castable, and Low Cost Aluminum Superalloy

NanoAl featured in World of Metallurgy editorial. June 2016.