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About the Materials Genome Initiative

The Materials Genome Initiative is a multi-agency initiative designed to create a new era of policy, resources, and infrastructure that support U.S. institutions in the effort to discover, manufacture, and deploy advanced materials twice as fast, at a fraction of the cost.

Advanced materials are essential to economic security and human well being, with applications in industries aimed at addressing challenges in clean energy, national security, and human welfare, yet it can take 20 or more years to move a material after initial discovery to the market. Accelerating the pace of discovery and deployment of advanced material systems will therefore be crucial to achieving global competitiveness in the 21st century.

Since the launch of MGI, the Federal government has been investing in the R&D infrastructure needed to accelerate the discovery, design, development and deployment of new, advanced materials into existing and emerging industrial sectors in the United States.

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Subcommittee of the Materials Genome Initiative (SMGI)

Welcome to the information portal of the Subcommittee of the Materials Genome Initiative (SMGI). The SMGI is a subcommittee of the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) Committee on Technology. For more information, visit NSTC. This portal will act as a clearinghouse for information on the US government's activities in support of the Materials Genome Initiative.
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