December 2017 Issue, RAPID Manufacturing Institute
RAPID Manufacturing Institute celebrates first anniversary! 
Just one year ago, The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced the formation of Rapid Advancement in Process Intensification Deployment (RAPID) Manufacturing Institute of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) as the tenth member of the nation’s network of Manufacturing USA Institute

October 2017 Issue, Terra Magazine 
ATAMI space facilitates collision between startups and established companies 
At the Advanced Technology and Manufacturing Institute, they (collisions) happen naturally, they’re going to happen more often, and their impacts are positive—for faculty and students, industry and Oregon’s economy.

October 2017 Podcast, Engineering Out Loud
Chemical bondsForging partnerships with Thailand's PTT 
Goran Jovanovic, professor of chemical engineering at Oregon State, was interested in finding ways to convert carbon dioxide into useful products using renewable energy. When the U.S. Department of Energy rejected a proposal in 2005, Jovanovic sent out an email to former Ph.D. students around the world, looking for potential collaborators.

June 2017 Issue, In-Pharma Technologist
Pharmaceutical company W.R Grace & Co announces plan to use ATAMI tentant company Valliscor's technology
W.R Grace & Co has announced its intention to start making fluorinated pharmaceutical intermediates with technology obtained from Valliscor LLC.
June 2017 Issue, OSU News and Research Communications
"Smart manufacturing" initiative for PNW business and industry
Last month the Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute, of which OSU is a part, was announced as a major new manufacturing hub to spur advances in smart sensors, digital process controls, and many other efforts to improve the efficiency of U.S. advanced manufacturing.

February 2017 Issue, Terra Magazine 
Oregon State University professor of manufacuring engineering, Karl Haapala, talks about sustainable manufacturing
A growing swath of consumers who value economic, environmental and social responsibility are generating demand for sustainable products and practices. Manufacturers that don’t adapt risk losing market share.

December 2016 Issue, OSU News and Research Communications
OSU, PNNL to lead part of a major nation program in 'chemical process intensification'
Oregon State University and the Pacific Northwest Laboratories will co-direct a key component of a new five-year, $70 million advanced manufacturing institute, with the goal of greater energy efficiency, increased manufacturing innovation, and more jobs in the nation's chemical industries.
September 2016 Issue, Oregon Business
A conversation with Sam Angelos about ATAMI and advancing advanced manufacturing at OSU
Director Sam Angelos discusses ATAMI's mission at the convergence of state-of-the-art technology and commercialization and the vision that drives the institute's near and long term goals
September 2012 Issue, Terra Magazine
OSU professor, Douglas Keszler, talks about the importance of reducing waste and increasing efficiency
Keszler and a team of scientists and engineers at Oregon State and the University of Oregon are leading a national consortium bent on greening the flat-panel display industry. In their future, windows, mirrors, walls and counters could display messages and harvest solar energy.
May 2011 Issue, DJC Oregon
TopProjects: OSU ONANMI MBI Buildout submitted by Andersen Construction
Housed on Hewlett-Packard’s Corvallis campus, the Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnoogies Institute at Oregon State University features 14 new research labs for the development of cutting-edge technology.
August 2010 Issue, Gazette Times
Micro Industry Tap Area Potential
One of the most successful products in the modern world — the inkjet printer — was developed in Corvallis by Hewlett-Packard engineers who found ways to move precisely measured volumes of ink through tiny nozzles.