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|Ames Laboratory's summer internship programs are winding down. The Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI), Community College Internship (CCI) and Visiting Faculty Program (VFP) began in late May and will conclude later this week with poster sessions on Thursday and Friday.|
|Ames Laboratory's list of videos continues to expand on YouTube and on our own website. The latest Ames Lab 101 video features Bill McCallum talking about his ARPA-E-funded work on replacing neodymium in rare-earth magnets with more readily available cerium. You can also watch historical videos on the Ames Project and the Hot Canyon.|
|Ames Laboratoryâ€™s Occupational Medicine department has a new physician, Dr. Margaret Evans. Evans, who replaces the retired Dr. Steven Sheldahl, joined the Lab on July 23 and will work a Monday through Wednesday schedule.|
|Joe McBrearty, DOE Office of Science Deputy Director of Field Operations, toured Ames Laboratory July 23. McBrearty, who was accompanied by program analyst Gene Runkle and Ames Site Office manager Cynthia Baebler, looked at existing facilities and ongoing improvement projects and met with administrative staff during his visit.|
|Last month's electrical fire in Metals Development knocked the building out of commission for a short time ... much shorter than expected. With some luck and help from ISU, the building was actually back in operation by late afternoon the same day.|
The following are boilerplate examples of Ames Laboratory subcontracts. Ames Laboratory awards subcontracts by Firm-Fixed Price or Cost-Reimbursement type contracts. Each contract is modified to meet the specific needs of the scope of work. Contracts may include Ames Laboratory applicable terms and conditions, the statement of work, a budget, the Ames Laboratory contractor travel policy and/or intellectual property provisions. Examples are included below for review purposes only.