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February 19, 2018

Central Florida Roundup

Spotless: Researchers get an almost dust-free facility for creating smart sensors

Jason Garcia | 1/26/2018

Last April, a cadre of local political, business and education leaders gathered for the grand opening of the Florida Advanced Manufacturing Research Center, a 109,000-sq.-ft. facility in Kissimmee that’s meant to function as a shared research-and-development space for tech companies and education institutions designing new generations of smart sensors.

ALSO IN THIS ARTICLE: Florida Advanced Manufacturing Research Center; Gloria Lequang; Nano Discovery; D2DX; Qun Treen Huo; Clint Bullock; Ken Ksionek; William Brown; Scott Frost; Charles Wayne Properties; Prodalim.

 

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