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Members of The American Ceramic Society talk about their personal, professional, and scientific discoveries in the fields of engineered ceramic and glass materials. Find out what excites these leaders about working with this unique subset of materials.

Ceramic Tech Chat The American Ceramic Society

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Members of The American Ceramic Society talk about their personal, professional, and scientific discoveries in the fields of engineered ceramic and glass materials. Find out what excites these leaders about working with this unique subset of materials.

    How to Build an Additive Manufacturing Company: Johannes Homa

    How to Build an Additive Manufacturing Company: Johannes Homa

    Cofounder and CEO of Lithoz Johannes Homa describes his journey to launching the ceramic additive manufacturing company Lithoz in 2011.

    • 27 min
    Local Manufacturing in a Global Economy: Matt Creedon

    Local Manufacturing in a Global Economy: Matt Creedon

    Washington Mills R&D manager Matthew (Matt) Creedon explains what it is like being a local manufacturer in an increasingly global economy.

    • 22 min
    Intercultural Collaboration Benefits Science: Tessa Davey

    Intercultural Collaboration Benefits Science: Tessa Davey

    Tohoku University assistant professor Theresa (Tessa) Davey discusses the importance of intercultural collaboration.

    • 21 min
    Integrating Research for a Greener, Cleaner World: Clive Randall

    Integrating Research for a Greener, Cleaner World: Clive Randall

    Penn State professor Clive Randall discusses the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration between scientific fields.

    • 24 min
    Why We Like Two-Year Tech Degrees: Dana Goski

    Why We Like Two-Year Tech Degrees: Dana Goski

    Allied Mineral Products vice president of research and development Dana Goski shares the value of two-year technician programs.

    • 20 min
    Aircraft Ceramics at NASA and University: Beth Opila

    Aircraft Ceramics at NASA and University: Beth Opila

    University of Virginia professor Beth Opila discusses her work on ultrahigh-temperature ceramics at both NASA and university

    • 24 min

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