Stephen Dahunsi’s desire to see more countries safely deploy nuclear energy is personal. Growing up in Nigeria, he routinely witnessed prolonged electricity blackouts as a result of unreliable energy supplies.
ORNL took home the top prize in two categories at the inaugural DOE GIS Day in November 2022, including the Best Geospatial Sci
The Autonomous Systems group at ORNL is in high demand as it incorporates remote sensing into projects needing a bird’s-eye perspective.
A team of researchers from ORNL has created a prototype system for detecting and geolocating damaged utility poles in the aftermath of natural disasters such as hurricanes.
Ben Thomas recalled the moment he, as a co-op student at ORNL, fell in love with computer programming.
ORNL staff members played prominent roles in reports that won one Distinction award and two Excellence awards in the 2022 Alliance Competition of the Society for Technical Communication.
Erik Kabela can’t control the weather, but that doesn’t stop people from asking him to.
U2opia Technology, a consortium of technology and administrative executives with extensive experience in both industry and defense, has exclusively licensed two technologies from ORNL that offer a new method for advanced cybersecurity
Protecting data is an active choice for people who want to benefit from machine learning technology, such as improved Google services, while protecting their information from unintentional disclosures.