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Story Tips for June 2020

Materials — Molding molecular matter.htm

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Board Members List of 2019 Board

FORNL 2019 ANNUAL REPORT

Benficial Legacies:
Beneficial Legacies of the Manhattan Project June 15 2016

List of Luncheon
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Remembering Dr. Weinberg

Dr. Murray Rosenthal's ORNL's 13 Reactors

By-laws Feb 16 2011

Steve Stow's presentation on ORNL's History Room

ORNL Reporter

Acknowledgements

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Weekly ORNL_DOE Communications for 2-4-19

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May 26: (new) Please look on the top of left side column for the 2019 Annual Report !!

May 12: ORNL, LANL-developed quantum technologies go the distance

May 11: 3D-printed nuclear reactor promises faster, more economical path to nuclear energy

May 6: Wireless charging – Special delivery for UPS

May 6:Nuclear – Finally, a benchmark

May 5: GIS – LandScan goes public

May 5: Simulations forecast nationwide increase in human exposure to extreme climate events

May 4 Great news: Advanced manufacturing innovation helps industry in COVID

April 20 ORNL’s Brian Post named SME Young Engineer of the Year.htm

April 15 ORNL is in the fight against COVID

March 24 VERA nuclear reactor simulation software licensed commercially for first time

March 6 Early research on existing drug compounds via supercomputing could combat coronavirus.htm

DaveMcVicker's Treasures from the Archives

Declared to be the World's fastest computer Summit

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