In two dozen years at Idaho National Laboratory, Dan Ginosar has used his expertise in chemical engineering and earned dozens of patents. In 2014, he turned his research attention to techniques for recycling rare earth metals. Also, he has supervisory and leadership roles for CMI projects at Idaho National Laboratory.
An article in the Post Register newspaper (available online to subscribers) noted that Ginosar is the only current INL scientist with 20 patented inventions, a mark reached only by two others who are now retired. In addition to patents, Ginosar has written more than 35 publications and six book chapters.
Ginosar is a distinguished staff scientist at Idaho National Laboratory, and market area lead for advanced manufacturing and intelligent controls at INL. He studied chemical engineering, earning a doctorate at the University of Kansas and a bachelor's degree at the University of California, Davis.