Monday, April 24, 2017

Government and Not-for-Profit Research Centers

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Alabama Supercomputer Authority

The Alabama Supercomputer Authority provides supercomputing resources to academic, government, and corporate users throughout Alabama. The Center also hosts and manages the Alabama Research and Education Network (AREN), which provides Internet connectivity to government, industrial, and educational organizations within the State of Alabama.

 

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Auburn University Research Center

The Auburn University Huntsville Research Center opened in July 2010. The Center matches Auburn’s research capacities with the needs of Huntsville’s agencies and industries and aims to increase research funding to Alabama and assist the state to expand its role in the national research agenda.

 

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Defense Acquisition University (DAU)

In addition to classroom and online learning, DAU provides tools and guides to assist acquisition professionals in the day-to-day completion of projects and tasks. From the Acquisition Requirements Roadmap Tool to the Life-Cycle Sustainment Plan Template, these items are there to help the acquisition workforce support the Warfighter and better serve the public.

 

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Draper Laboratory

Draper Laboratory is a not-for-profit research and development laboratory that employs more than 850 engineers, scientists and technicians across the country in a broad array of programs for government and commercial sponsors. Draper, headquartered in Cambridge, Mass., has played an important role in every human spaceflight program since Apollo, including the Space Shuttle and Space Station, and today is working on the Ares-1 crew launch vehicle and other elements of Project Constellation.

 

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HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology

The Hudson Alpha Institute for Biotechnology serves as the cornerstone of the 152-acre Biotech Campus of Cummings Research Park. They have successfully co-located some of the world’s thought leaders in genomics with forward-thinking entrepreneurs and inventive educators. The Institute is dedicated to improving human health and the quality of life through HudsonAlpha’s unique three-fold mission of genomic research, economic development and educational outreach. The state-of-the-art HudsonAlpha facility houses both the Genome Sequencing Center and CLIA-certified Genomic Services Lab, as well as highly efficient and flexibly reconfigurable research space for incubation, wet chemistry, freezer farms, vivarium, biology stability testing, tissue culture, cell culture, microbiology, analytical chemistry, and bioscience clean labs.

 

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MIT Research Laboratory

A research center of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Laboratory's fundamental mission is to apply science and advanced technology to critical problems of national security.

 

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Riverside Research

Riverside Research is a not-for-profit, scientific-research institution. Committed to supporting and enhancing the security of the nation, it provides high-level technical advisory and engineering support to government entities, public agencies, and private subcontractors in the national-security and intelligence sectors. The core competencies of Riverside Research span education and training, modeling and simulation, program management, and analysis of alternatives. 

 

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Southern Research Institute

Southern Research is a self-sustaining contract research organization and an incorporated affiliate of The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). Since its founding in 1941, Engineering at Southern Research has become widely recognized as a leader in contract research services in highly technical industry sectors. Southern Research focuses its advanced engineering research and development in the areas of thermal and structural behaviors of advanced composite materials, advanced material processing techniques, electro-mechanical systems and integration, aerospace engineering, and computational sciences. Clients include most federal agencies and numerous commercial companies worldwide.

 

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Universities Space Research Association

Under the auspices of the National Academy of Sciences, the USRA works through member organizations to further space science and technology. Offices in Cummings Research Park include the USRA Astronomy Program in Huntsville (UAPH) and the Institute for Space Physics, Astrophysics and Education (ISPAE).

 

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