NEW 2014

Materials & Innovation : Building the Future

North Seattle College

November 2-4, 2014 - Seattle WA

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About MatEd

MatEd is a NSF funded resource for students and educators alike. Let us help you formulate your career path or lesson plan today!

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Core Competencies

Our core competency studies provide a set of performance indicators that technicians need to know in today's advanced manufacturing environment.

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Windmill Project

The creation and deployment of a student-built windmill is an example of Edmonds Community College's sustainability initiative.

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Learn more about Material Science! The National Resource Center for Materials Technology Education (MatEd) is a NSF funded center housed at Edmonds Community College.
MatEd is developing a clearinghouse of teaching materials including labs, hands-on demonstrations, modules and papers, which can easily be integrated into a variety of courses, class-room settings, and industry. The MatEd collection is expanding rapidly with peer reviewed, classroom tested educational materials.
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Features and Events


NEW 2014

North Seattle College
November 2-4, 2014 • Seattle, Washington

National Educators Workshop

Materials & Innovation : Building the Future.


It All Adds Up

The Science Of Additive Manufacturing

Learn more about materials science and additive manufacturing


Spotlight on Keynote Speaker

from NEW 2013, Ben Robinson


Spotlight on Kim Grady

What's Behind all this Wiki Work@MatEd


It's now an American Standard

F42 on Additive Manufacturing

Edmonds Community College on committee


Material Science

In Everyone's Backyard

This video gives an overview of Material Science and how we encounter it in our everyday lives.