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CFD Research Corporation Holds Ribbon Cutting/Open House at New Facilities

CFD Research Corporation Holds Ribbon Cutting/Open House at New Facilities

HUNTSVILLE - CFD Research Corporation celebrated the opening of new facilities in Cummings Research Park, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, November 19, 2013.

“Our new facilities are evidence that we have embarked on a new path of innovation and applications by broadening our aerospace base with biomedical, energy and materials. We call this quest, CFDRC version 2.0,” said company president Joseph M. Cosumano Jr. The new 29,000 square foot facility, located at 701 McMillian Way, “has an outstanding layout for R&D with state of the art laboratories,” noted Cosumano, a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant General who joined the company in 2013.

Local officials, dignitaries, employees, and well-wishers attended the afternoon event. Members of the Huntsville Area Chamber of Commerce also participated in the ceremony.

“We are proud of CFD Research Corporation’s high quality work,” said Ron Poteat, Chairman, Chamber of Commerce of Huntsville/Madison County. “This company has not only won numerous awards for its research and development, it further develops our image as a cutting edge technology community. We are thrilled to see this exemplary business helping anchor our development efforts in Cummings Research Park.”

CFD Research Corporation provides innovative solutions for the Aerospace & Defense, Biomedical & Life Sciences, and Energy & Materials industries. Since its inception in 1987, CFDRC has worked with government agencies, businesses, and academia, and has earned national recognition for successful application and commercialization of innovative technologies, for example, multi-physics simulation software, hardware designs and prototypes, and multi-disciplinary analyses.

Also, CFDRC is developing cutting edge technologies such as, SynVivo (a cell-based microchip platform for accelerating drug development); BioBattery (a clean, safe, renewable and portable power source); and Ram Air Turbine for the next generation electronic warfare system jammer in partnership with Raytheon and Honeywell.

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