EAST HARTFORD, Connecticut – U.S. Rep. John Larson toured the Research Center's East Hartford campus, Friday, March 11, viewing advanced technologies and the construction of UTRC's next-generation laboratory building.
Rep. Larson toured UTRC's Focused Ion Beam Lab, Energy Conversion Lab and Advanced Manufacturing Lab, before receiving a briefing on UTRC's expansion and renovation project.
"UTRC is on the cutting edge of advanced manufacturing, computing, and countless other fields," he said. Click here to read Rep. Larson's press release discussing his visit to UTRC.
As the innovation hub of United Technologies Corp. (UTC), United Technologies Research Center (UTRC) supports the development of new technologies and capabilities across the company and collaborates with external research organizations, universities and government agencies globally to push the boundaries of science and technology. UTRC is headquartered in East Hartford, Connecticut, with additional operations at its affiliate in Berkeley, California. UTRC subsidiaries also carry out research and development work in Shanghai, China; Rome, Italy; and Cork, Ireland. UTC, based in Farmington, Connecticut, provides high-technology systems and services to the building and aerospace industries.
Contact: Stephanie Duvall, UTRC, (860) 610-7038