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|In honor of his 80th birthday, Ames Laboratory physicist Vladimir Kogan was celebrated with a colloquim on Sept. 15. The day-long event featured presentations by four of Kogan's colleagues, lunch with physics graduate students and coffee and a coffee and cake reception.|
|It's never too early to prepare for retirement. Here are some tips to help you get ready not matter what your current age.|
|Ames Laboratory researchers have some new options in protective gear in the form of arm and hand coverings. The new gear, now available at the Ames Lab Storeroom, is designed to provide improved dexterity while providing protection, primarily for operations involving the heat sealing of quartz sample tubing.|
|Occupational medicine staff will administer flu shots at no cost to employees (while supplies last) weekdays from Oct. 6 to Oct. 17 (10 a.m.-4 p.m., 205 Technical and Administrative Service Facility). No appointment is necessary.|
|Comfort food comes in many forms: greasy, chocolaty, crispy, chewy, salty, sweet, or just anything in front of you at the time. But there are ways to have your comfort and eat more healthy at the same time by simply substituting with healthier options.|
|A number of situations have arisen recently related to an employee’s office address, home address, home phone number and/or emergency contact information. Human Resources reminds you to log into AccessPlus and double-check this information to make sure it is what you think it is – and what you actually want it to be.|
Scientists at the Ames Laboratory see amazing potential in 3D printing and additive manufacturing, and are focusing research toward further advances in the technology. Ames Lab researchers have at their command four experimental 3D printers that cover a range of unique capabilities.