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DOE funding to speed up nuclear R&D, lab-to-market transition

By Jessica McMathis / November 9, 2014

The Department of Energy is accelerating clean-energy technologies, flagging $13 million to advance nuclear energy R&D and launching a pilot program to speed up the lab-to-market process.

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Brennecka to join faculty at Colorado School of Mines

By Jessica McMathis / May 27, 2014

Geoff Brennecka will join the faculty at Colorado School of Mines (CSM) on August 18 as an assistant professor at CSM’s Colorado Center for Advanced Ceramics (CCAC).

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EMA 2013 expands scope while staying focused

By Eileen De Guire / January 24, 2013

More than 250 people are here at the 2013 Electronic Materials and Applications currently underway in Orlando, Fla. It still feels like a small, intimate meeting even though organizers expanded the scope of the meeting with several new symposia and a conscious reach into the broader electronics community, while staying true to the meeting’s mission.…

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Sandia, NREL now have 180-teraflop computer for energy modeling

By / April 30, 2010

Sandia National Lab and the National Renewable Energy Lab have just unveiled a nice, new tool: a 180-teraflop supercomputer designed and built by the Sun/Oracle and Intel corporations. The specs for the computer, nicknamed Red Mesa, were developed jointly by SNL and NREL, although the computer is physically located at SNL. Red Mesa is the…

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SNL’s Self-Assembling Process for Fabricating Tailored Thin Films

By / June 18, 2009

From Sandia National Lab, this video demonstrates what is a relatively simple, economical nanotechnology coating process that enables development of nanoparticle thin films with architectures and properties unattainable by any other processing method.

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