UMass opens core facilities labs to manufacturers
The University of Massachusetts Institute for Applied Life Sciences has opened five “Core Facilities” laboratories for use by manufacturers.
Companies can rent lab space and time on equipment or they can pay for proof-of-concept
prototypes. The Core Facilities are equipped to handle a variety of projects including 3-D
printing, high-frequency sensor development, advanced digital design and fabrication and . The labs are the result of
a $95 million state investment and $55 million in support from UMass.
See attached MassLive article for more information.