The 100 Winners of the 2023 R&D 100 Awards have been announced by R&D World magazine. This renowned worldwide science and innovation competition, celebrating its 61st year, received entries from 15 different countries and regions.
This year, three CMI technologies won the R&D 100 Award LINK, plus one won a special award for green technology LINK. Each of the three CMI technologies recognized emerged from projects that spanned multiple Team members, including industry, academic and national laboratory partners.
- R&D 100 Award: Critical Rare Earth Free Cerium Gap Magnets, Critical Materials Institute, Ames National Laboratory, and BUNTING-DuBois. This was developed through the CMI project led by Andriy Palasyuk, Ames National Laboratory. He describes collaboration and research in permanent magnets in this video from Ames National Laboratory LINK. For more information, contact Andriy Palasyuk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- R&D 100 Award: EASE: Ether-based Aqueous Separations and Extractions, Idaho National Laboratory and Ames National Laboratory. This was developed through the CMI project led by Aaron Wilson, Idaho National Laboratory. See more details in this publication: C. Stetson, D. Prodius, H. Lee, C. Orme, B. White, H. Rollins, D. Ginosar, I.C. Nlebedim and A.D. Wilson, “Solvent-driven fractional crystallization for atom-efficient separation of metal salts from permanent magnet leachates,” Nature Communications (July 1 2022) LINK. For more information, contact Aaron Wilson at email@example.com.
- R&D 100 Award and Special Recognition: Green Technology, Bronze Award: A continuous hot-roll process to manufacture nanograin Neo magnet, Critical Materials Institute, Ames National Laboratory. This was developed through the CMI project led by Jun Cui, Ames National Laboratory. For more information, contact Jun Cui at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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