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Ames Tribune staff writer Julie Ferrell talked recently with Ames Laboratory researcher Ikenna Nlebedim about his work in recycling rare-earth magnet waste. The project, funded by the Critical Materials Institute, a U.S. Department of Energy Energy Innovation Hub headquartered at Ames Laboratory, successfully used magnet scrap collected from the factory floor to create new magnets. The story appeared in the Sunday, July 12 edition.
|The June 1990 issue of Insider had a cover story on the OSHA Inspection that resulted in an overall rating of Excellent. Other features from the issue included a story on Lewis Oswood who grew orchids as a hobby, awards for James Vary, Kerry Whisnant, Jim Fritz, and Glennn Schrader, and artwork by Ed Gurganus.|
|During her June 12 visit to Ames Laboratory, Department of Energy Deputy Secretary of Energy Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall gave an all-hands address to Ames Laboratory employees and others from the Iowa State and Ames Community. Sherwood-Randall talked about her background and then shared some insights on the DOE’s priorities and how those relate to the Ames Laboratory.|