John D. Corbett, a senior chemist at the U.S. Department of Energyâ€™s Ames Laboratory, has been named a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
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Ames Laboratory associate scientist Eric Cochran has received a National Science Foundation CAREER award, the organizationâ€™s most prestigious award for junior researchers.
Scientific American's David Biello writes about the crucial role rare earth elements play in today's clean energy technology. The feature article extensively quotes Ames Laboratory Director Alex King and other experts in rare-earth research and industry.
The Ames Laboratory Readiness Review process provides strong support for Integrated Safety Management. Readiness Review is begun during initial project planning and the scoping and allocation of resources. Line management utilizes tools such as an Activity ES&H Hazard Identification Checklist, developed by the Laboratoryâ€™s Safety Review Committee, to analyze and document the identification of hazards. Safety representatives and coordinators receive Hazard Identification Training and support hazard identification skills.
Ames Lab research team discovers a new use for metamaterials that promises to eliminate mechanical friction in nanotechnology.
Ames Laboratory Graphic Designer Grant Luhmann won two awards in the 2009 CASE District VI awards competition. The awards were announced at the District VI Conference held in Kansas City, MO, Jan. 25-27, 2009.
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