News and Events

Article on polymer composite coatings with cellulose nanomaterials published in Matter

Orono, Maine —  An article by ASCC researchers Lu Wang, Cong Chen, Sunil Bhandari, M. Ozgur Seydibeyoglu, Elif Alyamac-Seydibeyoglu, William Gramlich, Mehdi Tajvidi, and Douglas Gardner was published in Matter. Other authors include researchers from the University of Maine and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. The review paper is intended to promote the pilot-scale study and commercial…

Floating Offshore Wind Ready training offered at ASCC

Orono, Maine — The Maine Governor’s Energy Office and the Maine International Trade Center are sponsoring two Floating Offshore Wind Ready trainings in February. The trainings, hosted by the Business Network for Offshore Wind, are one-day educational programs designed for businesses who want to learn more about specific business opportunities in the growing U.S. floating…

Senator King tours BioHome3D, looks to future 3D-printed neighborhood

Orono, Maine — Senator Angus King recently visited the Advanced Structures and Composites Center to tour BioHome3D with representatives from Penquis, a regional community action agency, and the Key Bank Foundation. In November 2022, the ASCC unveiled BioHome3D, the world’s first 3D-printed house made entirely with bio-based materials. The ASCC is now collaborating with Penquis and…

ASCC Expands Faculty Network with Dr. Li Hire

ASCC Expands Faculty Network with Dr. Li Hire Orono, ME — At the Advanced Structures and Composites Center (ASCC), we conduct research in a diverse set of areas to discover greener solutions for industries such as civil infrastructure, renewable energy, and housing. Our varied research efforts are led by a staff with assorted expertise. This…

Upcoming Events

2022 Transportation Infrastructure Durability Conference

Aug 9-12 | Orono, Maine


September 11-14 | Portland, Maine

Biobased Materials for Advanced Manufacturing Webinar

October 14 | Improved performance of CNF-based composite

Complete ASCC News Coverage