A team led by Materials Science and Engineering Professor Alan Luo began work this summer on two recycling efficiency projects funded by the Reducing EMbodied-Energy And Decreasing Emissions (REMADE) Institute.

According to The Aluminum Association, nearly 40 percent of the North American aluminum supply is now created through secondary production...

Recycling, Reuse

The Reducing EMbodied Energy and Decreasing Emissions (REMADE) Institute intends to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) for Institute roadmap projects. The total investment will be approximately $24 million with 50% in REMADE funding and 50% awardee cost-share. REMADE anticipates issuing two (2) RFPs (RFP 3 and RFP 4) during Budget Period 3 (BP3...

Electronics, Manufacturing, Metals, Recycling, Reuse

Investment of $5.9M aimed at improving competitiveness of U.S. manufacturing

Today, the REMADE Institute announced the selection of 12 projects dedicated to improving the competitiveness of U.S. manufacturing. Magdi Azer, REMADE’s Chief Technology Officer, stated, “The selection process was highly competitive. We received many comprehensive...

External News

E-Scrap News
Energy, Recycling

An expert recently explained why North American e-plastics processing could be a component of a wider effort to reduce energy use in U.S. manufacturing. And he outlined steps for progress.

The Remade Institute is a government-funded initiative researching avenues to reduce energy use in American manufacturing. One key way is through boosting...

Media Planet
Education, Manufacturing, Workforce

U.S. manufacturing becomes even larger and more competitive when people and technology work together to create products for the world.

In our ever-changing world, technology is weaving together different sectors and applications, resulting in tremendous new opportunities. As Manufacturing USA® institutes, we work with our federal agency sponsors...

Our Network @ Work

Innovation, Manufacturing, Materials, Metals, Reuse



REMADE is thrilled to welcome more new members! The logos below represent the broad network of REMADE members.

The REMADE Institute's newest members are: Ohio State University, University of Illinois, Colorado School of Mines, Texas Tech University, Green Blue Institute, EDX Magnetics...