AFRL Renovates and Reopens

The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has just opened their newly renovated R&D facility in Ohio. The new renovations will allow AFRL scientists and engineers to conduct multidisciplinary research with easy access to biotech and organic synthesis equipment and infrastructure.

“Creating collaborative spaces allows employees to increase productivity and propel the next-generation of aerospace vehicles and technologies,” said Dr. Michael Gregg, the director of AFRL’s Aerospace Systems Directorate. They believe the large-scale renovations will help in the discovery and development of affordable air and space technologies for use by the Department of Air Force.

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