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ADC Manufacturing Award from JLAB
ADC was invited to a special ceremony held at Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (JLAB) to receive an award on Sep 26th 2014. This ceremony was attended by Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, Dr. Hugh Montgomery director of JLAB, Dr. Jerry Draayer President and CEO of Southeastern Universities Research Association.
05/30/2014 - 05/30/2014
Reed To Fight Foreign Trade Restrictions
U. S. Congressman Tom Reed visited Advanced Design Consulting (ADC) in Lansing to learn about the custom-high-tech world wide business and its local workforce. Reed was treated to a tour of the facility Tuesday by ADC President Alex Deyhim and Director of operations Eric Van Every. He spent more time listening than talking, getting to know the company and its workers, who eagerly explained several of the projects they are working on.
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Congressman Reed Visits ADC!
United States Congressman Tom Reed from 23rd district of New York, visited ADC USA, Inc. Tuesday, May 27th, 2014. The purpose of Reed’s visit...
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Planned expansion to foster further growth at ADC (Central NY Business Journal)
LANSING — A 20,000-square-foot expansion, and eventually 12 new jobs, is on tap for Advanced Design Consulting USA, Inc. (ADC), which hopes to break ground on the $2 million project this summer.
Tom Reed was in Ithaca Tuesday at Cornell University to meet with professors for a tour of the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Light Source (CHESS) lab and the Cornell Electron Storage Ring, both supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) funding Reed secured for the lab. Most recently, Reed worked to secure $100 million to fund the CHESS Lab on a long-term basis.
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New Product: High-Temperature Oven & In-Situ X-Ray Scattering of Organic Thin Film Innovation in Material Research...
ADC, Inc. announced today that they have introduced two new products for material researchers: XRD-1500 & OTFD-100.
Lansing company looks to double capacity (Ithaca Journal)
Advanced Design Consulting seeks larger facility, 12 jobs in five years
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High-pressure cryocooler is local company's new product in the CornellChronicle
High-pressure cryocooler is local company's new product By Anne Ju A technology developed by Cornell scientists that prepares proteins for X-ray crystallography has made its way into the world marketplace: ADC Inc., a maker of scientific instruments located just outside Ithaca, has licensed the high-pressure cryocooler, called HPC-201, and has just fulfilled its first order to a research center in Japan.
Technology Transfer From Argonne National Laboratory (ANL)
ADC announced today it has signed a licensing agreement with The Argonne National Laboratory (ANL) for commercialization of a Double Crystal Cryo-Cooled Monochromator.
A New Tool for Pharmaceutical Companies Technology Transfer From Cornell University
ADC announces the market availability of a High Pressure Cryo-Cooler for X-Ray Crystallography (HPC-201). All qualifications have been successfully met as well as the passing of safety and testing. The original concept was licensed from Cornell University through its Cornell Center for Technology Enterprise & Commercialization (CCTEC). The method of high pressure cryo-cooling is used to obtain both intensity and phase information from a single protein crystal, enabling the user to solve the protein’s crystal structure.