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Luncheon lectures: Second Tuesday of the month, except December

Recording of the 2020-08 FORNL Monthly Meeting, please right click on item above the picture of the Board at the bottom of the right column

2020-06 CoronaVirus Research at ORNL:

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FORNL 2019 ANNUAL REPORT

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

January 5, 2021: Microscopy – Nanoscale commuting and other story tips

December 28: 2020 Review: Top 10 ORNL news stories of the year

December 22: New engine capability accelerates advanced vehicle research

December 18: New class of cobalt-free cathodes could enhance energy density of next-gen lithium-ion batteries

December 18: Six ORNL scientists elected fellows of American Association for the Advancement of Science

December 12: Righting a wrong, nuclear physicists improve precision of neutrino studies

December 1: Transportation, and other items

November 26: ORNL’s Jeff Johnson receives ANS lifetime achievement award

November 24: Six ORNL scientists elected fellows of American Association for the Advancement of Science

November 20: Scientist who developed quantum computing code wins ORNL’s top science award

November 16: X-ray study explores potential of hepatitis C drugs to treat COVID-19

November 9: Take a virtual field trip through tours of ORNL facilities

October 26: On-surface synthesis of graphene nanoribbons could advance quantum devices

October 14: Process to recover metals from batteries licensed by Momentum Technologies

October 6: Census – Remote population counting and others

October 5: Blocking vibrations that remove heat could boost efficiency of next-gen solar cells

October 2:  Four ORNL technologies win R&D 100 Awards

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FORNL is collecting dues for the 2021 calendar  year; the annual dues for 2021 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).

Recording of August meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/rec/share/tPIqIrDe_ERIfZWO9HGHS_EuNIG6T6a80SUZ_foFnUtr6x07apqys3JRyz0Msmcv
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We are now accepting requests for 2020 ORNL visitors’ badges from those who have paid their 2020 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.

The Friends of ORNL (FORNL) is a non-profit organization of persons interested in fostering the scientific goals of the OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY (ORNL), Oak Ridge, TN, USA.

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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