New England Wire Technologies has been supporting the scientific community for decades. We began supplying materials to the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo space programs in the 1960’s before partnering with Fermilab on their Tevatron particle accelerator project and then supplying millions of feet of superconductor materials for the Hadron collider at CERN (the world’s largest particle accelerator). We have manufactured some of the most sophisticated and cutting-edge superconductor products ever made and with our inclusion in the ITER nuclear fusion project, New England Wire continues to help the scientific community reach even higher levels of success.
In addition to working with most of the Department of Energy National Laboratories, we also support research and development at many of the world’s leading universities on projects spanning every imaginable industry. We are a proud sponsor of the award-winning University of Michigan solar car program.
Wire & Cable Usage in Science and Research
From the first US space programs to the world’s largest particle accelerator, we have worked on some of the most advanced research and development projects the world has ever seen. Read the latest articles and insights below or contact us to discuss the next groundbreaking project.
About Our Engineers
Innovative solutions start with an experienced team of engineers, armed with the latest design tools and technology. Our focus on understanding the individual, complex challenges of our customers and designing solutions that fit, is why we have been trusted as the industry leader for over 100 years.