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Manufacturing, Automation and Data Engineering Science and Technology Center

Manufacturing concepts that are being developed in Arizona State University labs will soon be on a direct pathway to industry application — also called tech transfer — a necessary breakthrough in advancing the manufacturing industry in Arizona. This opportunity has been made possible via efforts in ASU’s Manufacturing, Automation and Data Engineering, or MADE, Science and Technology Center. STCs are supported by Arizona’s New Economy Initiative, an investment in ASU’s assignment to drive the state’s future economic growth and resiliency through engineering and technology innovation and training.

Designed to leverage ASU’s faculty expertise and its experience in establishing and maintaining industry partnerships, the MADE STC, located at ASU’s Polytechnic campus, facilitates collaboration to generate novel manufacturing technologies, leading to new products that have the potential to impact industry operations and U.S. manufacturing competitiveness.

Learn about MADE