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Former Ames Laboratory Science Bowl student returns as Science Bowl coach

In 1998, when Tim Titus competed in his first Science Bowl competition as a junior at Ogden High School, he was too nervous to answer any questions. By his second year, he’d risen to the rank of “Player One†and was a fast draw on the buzzer. Thirteen years later, he’s become a vocal advocate of the science- and math-focused program sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory and Iowa State University – and the first former student to return to the regional competition as head of his own team.

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IPAT named one of "America's Next Top Energy Innovators"

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Iowa Powder Atomization Technologies  was announced by U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu as one of the top three startup companies – based on a public vote and an expert review – in the “America’s Next Top Energy Innovator†challenge. The Nevada, Iowa based company is using technology developed at the DOE's Ames Laboratory to efficiently produce a variety products using titanium powder.

 

 

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