$4.8 million NIST grant funds study of nanocoated mechanical gears

Mahmoud Taher and Clark Cooper form an unlikely pair: One is from Peoria, IL-based earthmoving and agricultural machinery manufacturer Caterpillar, and the other from Connecticut’s diversified giant United Technologies. But together, the two just received a whopping $4.8 million NIST Advanced Techno...

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