John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center

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  • Image of a New England downtown
    - Working for Change
    In 2015, a county agent for UNH Extension started paying closer attention to Franklin, New Hampshire, a small city situated 20 miles north of Concord. Nestled at the intersection... Read More
  • From Implants to Tissue Engineering
    - From Implants to Tissue Engineering
    NH BioMade aims to improve human health — think hip implants, tissue engineering, organ growing — by advancing the state’s rapidly growing biomaterials industry. Read More
  • Overhead shot of manufacturing training center at UNH
    - Cybersecure Manufacturing
    UNH is a member of the Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute, or CyManII, joining dozens of other leading research institutions in keeping manufacturing data secure. Read More
  • Printing Protection
    - Printing Protection
    UNH's 3D printers are contributing to the COVID-19 effort by printing parts for medical face shields. Photo by Heather MacNeill. Read More
  • A tour of UNH's John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Lab
    - A Closer Look
    NUMIFORM attendees tour the John Olson Center for Advanced Manufacturing with UNH faculty. Read More
  • Principal Investigators for NH BioMade
    - Leading the Way
    Faculty members from the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences (CEPS) are leading a statewide research effort to advance biomaterials with the potential to save patient... Read More
  • Advanced Engineering
    - Advanced Engineering
    Michael Locke ’18 is going on to great things.  Read More
  • Text logo for NH BioMade
    - UNH-Led Initiative Advances State’s Biomaterials Industry
    UNH will lead a five-year EPSCoR project funded by the National Science Foundation. Read More