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Thursday, October 29, 2015


Terry Grimm, founder, president and senior scientist of Niowave.  Grimm founded Niowave in 2006, and it has grown to be a world industrial leader in superconducting accelerator research.  In 2008, the firm qualified as the second U.S. vendor for accelerating cavities for the International Linear Collider.  In 2009, Niowave became the first private company in the world to design, fabricate, and test a superconducting electron injector.  Niowave has grown to 50 employees, and has received numerous awards, including being named among Michigan's 50 Companies to Watch in 2008.  Prior to Niowave, Grimm was a senior physicist and adjunct professor at the Michigan State University National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory.


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