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Meta Materials Inc (NASDAQ: MMAT) Joins Stanford University Program

Meta Materials Inc (NASDAQ: MMAT), in a statement, announced that the company had joined the Stanford University SystemX Alliance industry affiliates program. With this inclusion at Stanford University, the company can take advantage of joint research at the varsity. 

SystemX Alliance membership comes with a plethora of benefits

SystemX Alliance membership comes with many-a-benefits. With the membership, Meta Materials Inc can work towards achieving its recruitment target and growth goals. The membership will also allow the company to handpick students from Stanford University to work or intern at Meta Materials Inc. Eligible students of the university will be allowed to network with the company through workshops, conferences, and Technology Research in Progress (TRIP). 

Founder, President, and CEO of Meta Materials Inc comments on the program

“With META’s growing footprint in Silicon Valley, we are extremely pleased to join the SystemX Alliance,” said George Palikaras, President and CEO/Founder of META. “This program enables us to sponsor basic research, either via collaborative teams in focus areas such as photonic, augmented reality, solar and quantum technologies, or by supporting interns and individual students on jointly defined projects. We also look forward to SystemX seminars, conferences and opportunities for networking and communicating with some of the world’s most talented students and faculty.”

A source from the company shared that Meta Materials Inc is committed to supporting the student community. The company has a good internship program. Moreover, in the last six years, the corporate house has offered several talented and skilled graduates employment opportunities. For its accelerated solid program and for its various contributions in sponsoring PhDs and postdoctoral researchers, the company is named top Co-op Employer of the Year by Dalhousie University,

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