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In a May 6 article, Forbes contributor Hillary Brueck writes about the race to develop magnetic refrigeration and interviewed Ames Laboratory scientist Vitalij Pecharsky. Pecharsky was part of a group of research scientists and refrigeration experts who came together at a workshop last week to assess the research field and try to figure out the next steps that will bring the tech to market.
R&D Magazine carried a story about Ames Laboratory research that uses cheaper and readily available cerium to replace more critical rare-earths in rare-earth magnets.
Iowa State University and former SULI student Caty Meis talks about the SULI program and being named a Goldwater Scholar.
When the editors of Physica C asked Ames Laboratory's Paul Canfield to sum up his 30 years of superconductivity research, he didn’t write mere paragraphs. He wrote limericks.
Paul Canfield's Couplet Clues for Finding Superconductors:
|||Iowa State University student and former Ames Laboratory Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) intern Catherine Meis, Le Mars, has been named a 2015 Goldwater Scholar, the nation's premier undergraduate scholarship in mathematics, natural sciences and engineering.|
|Valley High School and Ames Middle School will be representing the Ames Laboratory Regional when the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) National Science Bowl® competition begins on Thursday, April 30 in Washington, D.C. The high school field with have 70 teams and the middle school event will have 50 teams.|