Board meetings are held  Monday 9:30am before the Second Tuesday of the Month.

Luncheon lectures: Second Tuesday of the month, except December

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Map to UT center

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Board Members List of 2019 Board

FORNL 2018 Annual Report  March 2019 Final

List of Luncheon
 Lectures: December 2018

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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March 11, 2019: Neutrons paint atomic portrait of prototypical cell signaling enzyme

March 11, 2019: ORNL-led collaboration solves a beta-decay puzzle with advanced nuclear models

March 5, 2019: Right electrolyte doubles novel two-dimensional material’s ability to store energy

March 5, 2019: New ORNL AI tool revolutionizes process for matching cancer patients with clinical trials

March 1, 2019: ReactWell licenses ORNL catalyst for energy conversion applications

February 8, 2019: ORNL teams with Los Alamos, EPB to demonstrate next-generation grid security tech.htm

February 8, 2019: Hearne joins ORNL as director of the Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences

Weekly ORNL_DOE Communications for 2-4-19

February 2, 2018: Novel electron microscopy offers nanoscale, damage-free tracking of isotopes in amino acids

December 21, 2018:ORNL partners with industry to address multiple nuclear technology challenges

December 19, 2018:Precision experiment first to isolate, measure weak force between protons, neutrons

December 18, 2018: New composite advances lignin as a renewable 3D printing material

October 2018:Dave McVicker's:
Treasures from the Archives, Oct-Dec 1959
Treasures from the Archives, Jul-Sep 1959
Treasures from the Archives, Apr-Jun 1959
Treasures from the Archives, Jan-Mar 1959
Treasures from the Archives Oct-Dec 1958
Treasures from the Archives, Jul-Sep 1958
Treasures from the Archives, Apr-Jun 1958
Treasures from the Archives,  Jan-Mar 1958
Treasures from the Archives, Winter 1957

ORNL’s Summit Supercomputer Named World’s Fastest

Pubished April 8,2018 2017 Annual Report

February 13, 2018 Annual meeting and election of board members and their biographical sketches

FORNL is collecting dues for the 2019 calendar year; the annual dues for 2019 are $20. If you want to gamble that you will live 10 years or more, consider a life membership at $200 and in the future, forget about whether you have paid. An up-to-date list of members and their dues status will be available for viewing at the meeting. Dues can be paid at a meeting or sent to the FORNL Treasurer (payable to FORNL, Vinod Sikka, Treasurer); or sent to: Vinod Sikka, 115 Dansworth Lane, Oak Ridge, TN 37830).

We are now accepting requests for 2019 ORNL visitors’ badges from those who have paid their 2018 dues (or who are life members).  To request a visitors’ badge, e-mail Bob Hightower at hightowerjr@comcast.net with your full name (as it appears on your driver license) and a declaration that you are a US citizen.  Remember that the badge issued is good only for the current dues year; you must make a request each year that you desire one.

 

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We are scientists and engineers, as well as individuals from varied backgrounds, who believe we can increase the nation's technological awareness by providing information to teachers, students, and the general public.

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