EESD Review

3D printed collimators for neutron scattering enables new science and lowers costs

Disruptive technologies like 3D printing have made a big impact in manufacturing, in part by lowering costs and expediting production. Now, 3D printing might be making a similar impact on neutron scattering, too.

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Simulations, machine learning to speed biological discoveries: Omar Demerdash

Attracted to biology, math, and physics as a young student, Omar Demerdash decided that when the time came to narrow his academic interests he wouldn’t pick and choose: he’d pursue them all.

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A history of service: Jason Richards

After more than a decade spent photographing scientific achievements at the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), Jason Richards has stepped out from behind the camera and into the lab, in a move that continues a career focused on serving his country and community.

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In science and mentoring, an image of the future with Philip Bingham

Philip Bingham has two pieces of advice for researchers new to Oak Ridge National Laboratory:  (1) develop a skill set that can be applied to multiple research areas, and (2) get out and meet folks across the lab. 

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ORNL Team Recognized as Gordon Bell Finalist for Breakthrough Genomic Data Science

Computing Genes to Support Living Clean

This article is part of a series of stories covering the finalists for the 2018 Gordon Bell Prize that used the Summit supercomputer. The prize winner will be announced at SC18 in November in Dallas

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Supercomputing for better commuting: In pursuit of fuel economy, mobility

In a project leveraging computer vision, machine learning, and sensors, Oak Ridge National Laboratory scientists are working with private company GRIDSMART Technologies, Inc. to demonstrate how stop lights can be programmed to improve fuel economy and reduce emissions while facilitating the smo

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Exascale Computing: Accelerating the Path to Born-Qualified

The science of metal additive manufacturing (AM) today is focused on the quest for born-qualified parts: components that can roll off the print bed and be ready for direct use, including in critical structures like vehicles, airplanes and power plants. To accelerate the work, the Department of Energy’s (DOE) national...

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