The University of Northern Iowa Additive Manufacturing Center received the first of three automated robotic machining cells last month, reports the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier. That makes it the only university-based automated investment casting facility in the world, officials said. The cells will create a fully automated investment casting molding line integrated with existing pattern printing technologies. 

The Family Business Forum program at the University of Northern Iowa will visit Des Moines and four other locations in Iowa to share stories of successes, challenges and opportunities that arise within family enterprises, the program announced this week. Family-owned businesses are invited to join the Family Business Forum Aug. 27 at the Jasper Winery […]

Iowa students who participate in STEM Scale-Up programs in their schools are more likely to express an interest in staying in the state to pursue their careers. And Iowa’s public and private universities are increasing the number of STEM-related certificate and degree programs available to high school graduates. These were among findings from the 2017-2018 […]