Synthesize. Network. Transform.
The Community Resource for Innovation in Polymer Technology (CRIPT) provides a platform for people working in polymer science and engineering to capture and share data. CRIPT is led by a team at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) along with collaborators in Academia, Industry, and Government, with support from the Convergence Accelerator Program of the National Science Foundation (NSF). Learn more…
Mission. Enable and empower researchers to capture and share polymer knowledge.
Vision. Within the next two years, establish a digital ecosystem of openly available polymer data and supporting tools, so that polymer scientists and engineers everywhere can leverage high-quality information and streamlined data workflows in the pursuit of constant innovation.
Early Adopter Community
- Air Force Research Lab
- Carnegie Mellon University
- Center for Plastics Innovation (UD)
- Concordia University
- Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- NSF BioPACIFIC MIP (UCSB, UCLA)
- NSF Center for Sustainable Polymers (UMN)
- NSF MONET Center (Duke University)
- Procter & Gamble
- UMass Amherst
- University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Supported by the National Science Foundation
The Community Resource for Innovation in Polymer Technology (CRIPT) is a project funded by NSF Innovation and Technology Ecosystems, NSF 2040636 Convergence Accelerator program, and is led by Massachusetts Institute of Technology in partnership with Dow, NIST, Citrine Informatics and University of Chicago. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this platform are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the leader, partner, or funding organizations.
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