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Thursday, July 8th, 2021

Brenham, Texas – REM Research is excited to welcome Walton Schmidt, joining the team as a summer intern. Walton Schmidt recently graduated Magna Cum Laude from Hofstra University with a BS Mechanical Engineering degree with a concentration in Aerospace. He is a born and raised Texan who loves science, engineering, and understanding how things work. In his personal life, he is interested in aviation, travel, soccer, and cooking. “It is always a great opportunity for REM and the research[...]

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Monday, May 10th, 2021

Brenham, Texas - REM Research is excited to announce that we have welcomed two talented Research Chemists to our team in Brenham, Texas.  Dr. Tanya Mikulas and Dr. Josh Boykin will work to support the development, adaptation, and optimization of our advanced ISF® and Extreme ISF® processing technologies to meet the needs of our rapidly growing catalog of services for the Additive Manufacturing market. “We are extremely excited about the addition of both Dr. Mikulas and Dr. Boykin, states[...]

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Monday, April 5th, 2021

Brenham, Texas – REM Surface Engineering selected for two Phase II contracts through U.S. Air Force via their AFWERX,AF VENTURES and Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program with a combined value of $1,500,000. REM Surface Engineering’s proposal, “Internal/External Surface Finishing of Additively Manufactured Aluminum-Based Components,” is a follow-on (SBIR) Phase II contract from the AF proposed during their Open Call for Innovative Clear Defense-Related Dual-Purpose Technologies/Solutions[...]

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Friday, March 19th, 2021

Brenham, Texas – In August 2020, after nearly a year of design, prototyping, permitting, and construction, REM Surface Engineering has unveiled its new self-contained Extreme ISF® Process Cell. The unit, funded in part by a SBIR research grant with NASA Marshall, is one of the largest self-contained vapor abduction units in the state of Texas, complete with automated neutralization systems, vapor scrubbing units, fully programmable lift/hoist functions, and the ability to conduct and research[...]

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Friday, February 5th, 2021

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Brenham, Texas – REM Surface Engineering is proud to be a supporting vendor of the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center in their Rapid and Analysis Manufacturing Propulsion Technology or RAMPT project which aims to enable next-generation rocket propulsion technology utilizing 3D printed rocket engine parts utilizing high-strength iron-nickel superalloy. RAMPT is an initiative under NASA's Game Changing Development Program and the Space Technology Mission Directorate targeting[...]

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