Case Western Reserve University is working with the University of Pittsburgh to launch a joint center focused on data science and materials research and supported in part by the National Science Foundation.
The Center for Materials Data Science for Reliability and Degradation aims to bring together “industry innovators, government agency labs and a world-class, multidisciplinary academic team,” according to a post on the university’s The Daily site. The $3 million center is being supported by a $1.5 million National Science Foundation grant and fees paid by member companies and organizations like government agency labs.
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Written by Rachel Abbey McCafferty.
Originally published August 24, 2021.