Combining judgment and sophisticated analytical and experimental methods, we have a reputation for skill and creativity in the solution of difficult problems.
Every Day, Creare Delivers High-quality, Cutting-edge Research
For over 50 years, world-class engineers have gathered in a bucolic setting near Dartmouth College, the Thayer School of Engineering, and the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center to solve problems and bring ideas from the drawing board to real-life use. Our efforts have resulted in new companies that dominate their market segment to solutions that have enabled the exploration of Mars and deepest reaches of the universe. You can depend on Creare's proven ability to innovate to deliver the competitive advantage and to develop new products in a shorter time-to-market.
Creare-developed solutions routinely exceed our industry and government customers' expectations. The commericalization paths for our innovations include licensing, delivery of specialized products, and highly successful spin-off companies.
CREARE IS AN IDEAL PARTNER FOR US.
After working with Creare on many projects, I truly value their responsiveness and professionalism. They apply innovative technologies to challenging applications, while consistently delivering outstanding engineering and expertise across a wide range of disciplines.
—John Johnston, President/CEO StarRotor
OUR SENIOR STAFF ARE LEADERS IN THEIR FIELDS
We are always pushing the limits on the cutting edge of technological and scientific development. From building spacecraft cryogenic systems to developing signal processing software for cardiology to troubleshooting thermal/fluid problems in nuclear power stations, our exceptional teams efficiently solve complex challenges.
Dr. Bob Kline-Schoder,
Dr. Patrick Magari,
Dr. Mike Izenson,
Dr. Mark Zagarola,
Dr. Jay Rozzi,
News & Events
Creare LLC, a leading developer of energy and fluid systems, received a new contract from the US Department of Energy (DOE) to develop a low-cost desalination system driven by hydrokinetic power. Creare’s innovative technology can dramatically reduce the manufacturing and deployment costs of hydrokinetic power converters for ocean and tidal currents. The low-cost water desalination […]
Creare, a leading developer of cryogenic components and systems, has received a new contract from NASA. The SBIR Phase II award from NASA Shared Services Center will fund the further development of a 10 K multi-stage cryocooler with very low vibration. Advanced space borne instruments require cooling at temperatures of 10 K and below. Potential […]
Creare’s skills in turbomachinery development are being leveraged by the US Navy to improve the next generation of hovercraft. The Navy uses air cushion vehicles to quickly transport troops and equipment from larger transport ships to land. The Ship to Shore Connector (SSC) is the evolutionary replacement for the existing fleet of Landing Craft Air […]
In the US, March has been declared “Women’s History Month” by a series of annual proclamations by the President. It is also celebrated during March in the United Kingdom and Australia, corresponding with International Women’s Day, and during October in Canada, corresponding with the celebration of Persons Day. The goal of Women’s History Month is […]
New Hampshire’s US Senator Maggie Hassan visited Creare on Wednesday, February 22, 2017. Sen. Hassan reached out to the company to understand the issues and concerns facing small businesses in the state. Her visit began with a short meeting with Creare’s management team. Staff then provided a tour of Creare’s Great Hollow facility, highlighting many […]
The Air Force Research Laboratory Materials and Manufacturing Directorate (AFRL/RX) recently signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement with Creare LLC in order to transfer hardware and software to the Hanover, New Hampshire company so that Creare can continue important research to develop non-contact inspection methods for aircraft components. More details are available in this AFRL […]
Hydrothermal vents are formed by seawater that percolates through fissures in the ocean crust in regions where the Earth’s tectonic plates are spreading or colliding. The cold sea water is heated by hot magma and then emanates from vents in the seafloor. Water issuing from hydrothermal vents may reach temperatures of over 700° F. The […]
Hearing impairment is widespread – approximately 15% of American adults report some degree of hearing trouble. Yet, only 4 in 10 people with moderate-to-severe hearing loss use amplification (i.e., a hearing aid). And less than 1 in 10 people with mild hearing loss use some kind of amplification*. Clearly, there is room for improved rehabilitation […]