John Mason, the Auburn University vice president for research and economic development, says additive manufacturing will be the focus of a partnership with NASA to provide the university an opportunity to combine capabilities and expertise. It's one of a number of partnerships with businesses and organizations to spur economic growth, and Mason says such relationships benefit students and companies in terms of practical, applied solutions. A Space Act Agreement Auburn and NASA signed will also advance practices in STEM disciplines by engaging students and teachers in the many NASA missions and opportunities. You can read the whole story here: