GE, Clemson University Win $10M Ceramics Research Grant
GE Aerospace and Clemson University received a $10 million USAF grant to continue research on advanced ceramic-matrix materials.
GE Aerospace continues advanced materials research with Clemson University
GE Aerospace and Clemson University nnouncing a $10 million USAF grant fro continue joint research of advanced ceramic materials. L-r: Dr. Rajendra Bordia, chair of the ceramics and materials engineering department at Clemson; GE Edison Works president and CEO Tony Mathis; and Dr. Kyle Brinkman of the department of materials science and engineering at Clemson University.

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