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Ames Lab senior metallurgist Karl Gschneidner is quoted in an article by New Electronics' David Boothroyd on the importance of rare earth elements to the electronics industry.
The Ames Laboratory storeroom stock is available for withdrawl to all Ames Laboratory personnel. Stock must be used for "Ames Laboratory funded or overhead projects" and may only be charged to a project which is "open" to charges in Costpoint. New employees - - your supervisor will give you a business size card with the project number which you are authorized to charge to and which will allow you to withdraw stock from the storeroom.
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Two teams of Ames Lab employees will be hitting the sidewalks and trails and logging miles as part of Live Healthy Iowa's "The Next Step" program. They will be among dozens of teams of Iowans competing in a web-based competition tracking the number of "steps" achieved each week.
|Currently the United States imports nearly all its required supply of critical materials, pressing scientists to find alternatives to these rare materials. In answer to these research demands, the Chemical Sciences Roundtable - an arm of the National Academy of Sciences - will hold a workshop exploring the role of chemical sciences in finding alternatives to critical resources. Pat Thiel, Ames Laboratory senior chemist and a member of the Roundtable, is a co-chair for the workshop.|
|Students from the 2011 SULI, FaST, PST and CCI internship programs concluded their experience with an August 5 poster session in Howe Hall. Here, CCI student Deborah Lincow talks about her research on retinoblastoma in zebrafish.|
|Ames Laboratory employees will have a chance to meet one-on-one with TIAA-CREF representative Paige Cook on Tuesday, Oct. 4 and Wednesday, Oct. 5.|
|Ames Laboratory played a prominent role in the 13th International Workshop on Vortex Matter in Superconductors, held ealier this month in Chicago. Ames Lab was one of the sponsors, senior physicist Ruslan Prozorov was on of the co-organizers and physicists Vladimir Kogan and John Clem were recognized for their contributions to the field.|