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Links to AMA Key Alliances and Associations.

Materials Modification, Inc., Fairfax, VA
Engaged in the research and development of advanced materials utilizing novel processing techniques, MMI provides innovative solutions in materials science based on nano crystalline metals and ceramics.

Borenstein and Associates, Falls Church, VA
A consulting engineering firm specializing in metallurgical and corrosion engineering. including corrosion control and prevention, risk based inspection, root cause analysis, and microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC).

Colorado School of Mines, Denver, CO
Established in 2002, the MME Professional Services auxiliary enterprise contributes to economic development by supporting private enterprise in areas where the Department of MME has special expertise, equipment and facilities

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN
Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) conducts basic and applied research and development to create scientific knowledge and technological solutions.


links to informative and interesting web sites.


Links to Organizations and Associations.

Surface Engineering Society
TWI is actively involved in research for a wide range of industry sectors, including aerospace, biomedical, oil and gas, petrochemical and power generation.

Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR Gateway)
The most comprehensive and easy to use SBIR information site.

Academy of Applied Science
Non-profit scientific and educational organization dedicated to the advancement and recognition of innovation and scientific creativity. The AAS collaborates with private and government groups in the promotion of science and technology at all grade levels.

American Chemical Society
Non-profit scientific and educational society of over 150,000 chemists and engineers that promotes education and research as well as increased public understanding of science. ACS includes a Division of Industrial & Engineering Chemistry, which has three subdivisions: Separation Science and Technology, Materials Science and Engineering, and Practical Pollution Management.

American Electroplaters and Surface Finishers Society
International society of scientists, technicians, job shop operators, and researchers involved in electroplating, surface finishing, and allied fields.

American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Society aimed at providing leadership and upholding professional standards in the field of chemical engineering. AIChE develops programs to advance the theory and practice of the profession, including short courses offered in water quality engineering, wastewater treatment, industrial separations with membranes, process control, and drying.

Electrochemical Society
Professional organization for electro chemists, chemists, chemical engineers, electrical engineers, physicists, metallurgists, metallurgical engineers, researchers, salespeople, educators, and patent attorneys. Aims to advance the theory, research, education, and practice of electrochemistry, solid state science, and allied subjects.

Federation of Societies for Coatings Technology
The largest coatings-related technical organization in the world, for chemists, chemical engineers, technologists, and supervisory personnel in the coatings and allied industries.

Institute of Environmental Sciences
Professional organization of scientists, engineers, and management personnel promotes and encourages the acquisition of knowledge pertaining to environmental sciences, environmental engineering, and related areas of interest for industry, the science community, and government. A division on contamination control caters to the semiconductor, pharmaceutical, bio technical, and computer-related industries.

National Association of Corrosion Engineers
Network of corrosion control professionals that offers state-of-the-art technical information exchange, standards establishment, and planning symposia.

National Science Foundation
Independent U.S. government agency responsible for promoting science and engineering through more than 20,000 projects. Cross cutting programs include the Small Business Innovation Research Organization and a DOE partnership in plasma engineering.

Society of Manufacturing Engineers
Promotes the dissemination of information and advancement of scientific knowledge and education pertinent to manufacturing technology. SME provided its members with specific associations it has created for various specialty areas, such as machining, computer automated systems, composites, and robotics.

Society of Tribologists and Lubricating Engineers
Consortium of engineers and other professionals in the field of lubrication tribology. Promotes education, information exchange, and solving the gamut of challenges encountered by individual practitioners as well as those common to industry at large, including the metalworking industry.


links to informative and interesting web sites.


Links to Industry Professional Journals.

"Aluminum Now"
"American Machinist"
"Ceramic Industry"
"Cutting Tool Engineering"
"Products Finishing"
"Stamping Journal"





Other Interesting Links.


Creative Arts Publishing
Provides printed calendars, note cards and custom prints of exquisitely beautiful scenic photographs of many States and National Parks, by the highly talented professional Colorado photographer, Larry Burton, whose work is featured in the AMA "Taste of Colorado" Galleries.





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