RadTech International North America is encouraging start-ups, innovators and universities to apply for cash and travel grants as part of the RadLaunch Class of 2019 Educational Accelerator. With the rapid development of 3D printing, LEDs and sustainable materials, ultraviolet and electron beam technologies (UV/EB) are taking center stage in the development of products and manufacturing processes.
Building on the successful start to the 2018 RadLaunch program, RadTech continues to grow this initiative to identify and support unique technologies. Joining Mike Idacavage of Colorado Photopolymer Solutions as RadLaunch co-chair is Dr. Darryl Boyd, research chemist for the US Naval Research Lab, and a recent honoree as part of Chemical and Engineering News’ Talented Twelve.
For more information or to apply and check out past winners, visit www.radlaunch.org. RadTech will introduce the 2019 class in March at the BIG IDEAS for UV+EB Technology Conference in Redondo Beach, California.