New Mexico State University has joined the SecureAmerica Institute, a private-public partnership converging technology, economics and policy to enable a secure and resilient United States manufacturing and industrial base, as a founding member.
SecureAmerica is excited to support a new collaboration between the The Department of Defense (DoD) Industrial Base Analysis and Sustainment program and the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) Workforce Development program to address the United States’ defense manufacturing skills gap over the next for years.
Texas A&M Engineering, the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station, and the United States Air Force have teamed up to create a breathalyzer test for COVID-19 that will text you results in a matter of a few minutes. Listen to Rob Gorham, SecureAmerica Institute Executive Director and TEES Executive Director of Manufacturing Initiatives, explain the details to a Fox News reporter.
We have seen first-hand how public-private partnerships can benefit efforts to improve supply chain resilience. The new SecureAmerica Institute at Texas A&M University is one such a partnership, made up of a network of about 100 partners across several technical domains within the manufacturing base. The program employs a novel interdisciplinary paradigm to build on policy, economics, and supply chain management research and education.
An exhaled breath is key to a new device that uses artificial intelligence to detect whether individuals should be tested for COVID-19. The sophisticated breathalyzer is being developed through a collaboration between Worlds Inc., the U.S. Air Force and The Texas A&M University System.