CCAT's experts provide the ongoing support that gives us confidence in our ability to meet the demanding educational needs of today's students.
- Gene Blain
Principal, Windham High School
CT Named a Top 5 Fuel Cell State
CCAT, CT Hydrogen-Fuel Cell Coalition and others cited in the U.S. Department of Energy report for helping to drive fuel cell technology development in the state.
State Funding Yields Big Gains for Small Businesses
Small Business Incubator Program run by CCAT helps turn a little-used city factory into a farm and makes healthcare management a web-based reality.
CCAT Announces 2015 Manufacturing Assistance Program
CCAT will offer technical support to small and mid-sized manufacturers through the Manufacturing Technical Assistance Program funded by the state legislature.
Made in Connecticut Video Featuring CCAT's AMC
In October 2014, CPTV proudly premieres MADE IN CONNECTICUT. Set against the backdrop of such timely issues as outsourcing and a global economy the documentary explores modern manufacturing and the role of innovation on companies that are located – and thriving – in Connecticut.
Kid Fresh Visits Manufacturing Mania 2014
Watch Hot 93.7 DJ Kid Fresh visit The Aqua Turf Club in Plantsville, CT for Connecticut. Dream It. Do It. Manufacturing Mania 2014.
The Story Behind Connecticut. Dream It. Do It. Manufacturing Month
Listen to the WZMX-FM interview with CCAT Director of Education and Workforce Development Sue Palisano about Connecticut. Dream It. Do It. Manufacturing Month and Manufacturing Mania.
Regional Growth Strong for Electrochemical Companies
Government and businesses share their vision for regional growth of the hydrogen / fuel cell industry in the Northeast in Springfield on October 29.
October Declared Connecticut. Dream It. Do It. Manufacturing Month
Connecticut. Dream It. Do It. holds "Manufacturing Mania" hands-on events for 500 middle school students in the Southington and Bridgeport areas.
SolVilla & CCAT Use 3D Printing for New Integrated Solar Panel System
SolVilla Energy, Inc., a startup company that is developing a solar roofing system designed to function as both roof and solar panel, partnered with the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc. (CCAT) to develop its products and manufacturing process. CCAT selected the 3D Systems ProJet 5500X to print multiple designs in a variety of materials in just a few days.
Hear from Bob Byron, CEO of SolVilla, and Bob Torrani, Director of the Advanced Manufacturing Center at CCAT, about how they use multi-material 3D printing.
LambdaVision & CCAT Develop Surgical Tools Using 3D Printing
LambdaVision, Inc., a startup company that is 3D printing precision tools for the manufacture of revolutionary retinal implants that help restore lost vision, partnered with CCAT to quickly design a new tool for surgically implanting the device into the retina.
Using the 3D Systems ProJet5500X's on-the-fly material mixing capability, LambdaVision printed several parts varying between hard plastics and soft rubbery material, and of different shapes and sizes within a few days. Without this capability, it would have taken months to iterate to a final design that surgeons could test.
Watch to learn from Nicole Wagner, CEO of LambdaVision, and Bob Torrani, Director of the Advanced Manufacturing Center at CCAT, about how they are using 3D printing.
New Trends for Energy Storage Companies
Investors and businesses share their vision for innovative cleantech energy storage products and services at an investor/finance forum to be held in Boston on Sept 18.
USDA Grant Funds Second Phase of Bio-Energy Research Community Economic Development in CT
CCAT awarded $53,000 to expand feasibility study for implementing an alternative fuels facility in rural north-central Connecticut.
Summer Program to Introduce Students to Manufacturing Careers
CCAT Announces $163K America Makes Contract For Additive Manufacturing Innovation
CCAT brings its expertise and leadership in advanced manufacturing to a two-year contract award with America Makes – leader of the National Network for Manufacturing Innovation – to advance the use of aerospace alloys in additive manufacturing.