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  • Local Butte Company Helping to Reduce the Cost of Wind Energy for Consumers

    Peter Lucon, Senior Mechanical Engineer for Resodyn Corporation, has won a $1 million contract from the United States Department of Energy to develop a method to detect flaws in composite materials. The project, entitled Advanced Vibrothermography for Wind Turbine Applications, will be used to develop a new product offering in Resodyn Corporation's Advanced Instrumentation business line. This award is a competitive process and Resodyn Corporation was the only Montana company receiving an award in

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  • Resodyn Corporation wins $500,000 STTR Award from the United States Navy to Develop Advanced Coatings for Sound Mitigation

    Peter Lucon, Senior Mechanical Engineer for Resodyn Corporation, has been rewarded with a Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase II award from the United States Navy to further his research in developing Spray-on Composite Systems for Low Frequency Acoustic Mitigation. The $500,000 Phase II award is a competitive process and receiving the award is a testament to the merit and potential of the underlying science Mr. Lucon was able to exhibit in the Phase

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  • Resodyn Corporation welcomes new Director of Polymer Business and Product Development

    Resodyn Corporation is proud to welcome Kevin M. Lane as its Director of Polymer Business and Product Development. Mr. Lane brings integrity, energy, and executive experience in aerospace and technology with a track record of orchestrating profitable growth through new product development and global market expansion. Formerly he was the President and General Manager of Special Processes of Arizona, a Triumph Group Company. The Materials Development group at Resodyn Corporation offers a wide range of technical solutions from its patented PTS gun for application of thermo-plastic

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  • Resodyn Corporation wins $750,000 SBIR Phase II Award from the Department of Homeland Security to Develop Advanced Coatings for Infrastructure Protection

    Scott Coguill, Senior Research Engineer for Resodyn Corporation, has been rewarded with a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II award from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to further his research in developing Spray on Treatments for Critical Infrastructure Protection. The $750,000 Phase II award is a competitive process and receiving the award is a testament to the merit and potential of the underlying science Mr. Coguill was able to exhibit in Phase

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  • Resodyn Corporation wins SBIR $100,000 Award from the US Army to Develop Advanced Bioreactors for Tissue Engineering

    Dr. Todd McAdams, Chief Biological Engineer for Resodyn Corporation, has received a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I award from the United States Army Medical Research and Material Command to develop an advanced bioreactor for use in tissue growth. Upon successful completion of the Phase I work, Dr. McAdams will eligible to compete for a $750,000 Phase II award that will be used to develop the technology into a product that can be taken

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