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Precision Ag Summit 2017 Presentations

The 6th Annual Action Summit welcomed more than 250 participants to North Dakota Farmers Union in Jamestown on January 16 & 17, 2017.

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Advanced Coatings and Surfaces

Center of Excellence for Advanced Electronics Design & Manufacturing (CAEDM)

CAEDM's mission includes spurring economic development in electronics, manufacturing and related disciplines. The center performs economically significant and market-driven research and development in electronics, software, chemistry, physics, coatings, polymeric materials and mechanical engineering with private sector partners and collaborators.

Center for Surface Protection (CSP)

North Dakota State University's Center of Excellence for Surface Protection provides access to world-class coatings and corrosion research expertise. The center performs economically significant and market-driven research and development with federal, state and private sector partners and collaborators. CSP staff capabilities include coatings, corrosion and surface protection. In addition, the Center can facilitate research projects with units across campus, leveraging a wide range of expertise that spans a broad range of disciplines.

Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE)

North Dakota State University's Center for Nanoscale Science and Engineering, established in 2002, conducts large-scale, multidisciplinary research for government and industry. CNSE's Research 2 facility includes 77,000 sf of cleanroom, laboratory and engineering spaces that house its design, synthesis, fabrication and characterization capabilities. Core competencies include wireless miniaturized electronics design and prototype fabrication, research on polymeric and hard protective coatings, and on materials for electronics and energy conversion.

Center for Biomedical Research in Pathophysiology of Neurodegeneration Disease (COBRE)

Funded by NIH grants, COBRE supports collaborative projects at the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences promoting research opportunities for biomedical investigators in North Dakota with broad potential for understanding and treating pathophysiological and neurodegenerative diseases.
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