MaineBiz reports that MacKay has joined Composites Center 

MaineBiz reported on Susan MacKay, co-founder and former CEO of Cerahelix Inc., becoming senior research and development program manager at the University of Maine Advanced Structures and Composites Center. MacKay is managing the large-scale biobased additive manufacturing program, researching, developing and commercializing products that involve 3-D printing technology, according to the report. She also will coordinate and manage multiyear projects with Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Maine-based economic development initiatives expected to derive from the projects. While her official start date was April 1, “I’d been working with them several weeks before then, getting up to speed,” she said. Maine Startups Insider also highlighted MacKay’s new role.