Advanced Materials and Processing: The Fiscal Year 1994 Federal Program
Provides a comprehensive overview of government-wide materials R&D for FY 1994. Contains extensive discussion of each participating agency's contribution to the Federal program for Advanced Materials and Processing. 10 agencies involved: Commerce, Defense, Energy, Interior, Transportation, EPA, HHS, NASA, NSF and Agriculture. The R&D emphasized synthesis and processing, and focused special attention on the interfaces among government laboratories, universities, and industry, and on the process of technology transfer from basic research to application.
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