The officials from Missouri University of Science and Technology have declared a master collaboration agreement with Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies which will allow the two organizations to work more closely on research and development of new technology to meet national security needs. The signing ceremony took place in Toomey Hall, Missouri S&T’s mechanical and aeroscope engineering complex.
This collaboration agreement between Honeywell and Missouri S&T will accomplish future research contracts that are funded through Honeywell, and will also foster other non-monetary collaborations, such as interaction between Missouri S&T faculty and students and Honeywell personnel and the exchange of faculty, students or other researchers.
Honeywell and its customer, the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration, are loaning a Renishaw AM250 additive manufacturing printing system to facilitate the use of new technology by Missouri S&T students as part of the collaboration agreement. The research conducted with this equipment will be used for further studies and will help identify material standards in the emerging field of additive manufacturing.