ORNL researchers win six R&D 100 Awards

3dThe Big Area Additive Manufacturing-CI System, which was developed by ORNL researchers working with Cincinnati Inc., was among the 2015 winners of R&D 100 Awards. (ORNL photo)

Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory were associated with six projects that received R&D 100 Awards, which recognize the year’s top new technologies and science innovations. Since R&D Magazine began the program in 1963, the Oak Ridge lab has received 193 of the awards.

ORNL’s winning projects for 2015 were: The Big Area Additive Manufacturing-CI System; Collective Offloads Resource Engine Direct Technology; Hyperion, or Automated Behavior Computation for Compiled Software; Multifunctional Superhydrophobic Transparent Glass Coating; Porous Graphene Desalination Membrane; and Genoa 3D Printing Simulation Software.

For more information about the projects and the lead researchers, check out the announcement on ORNL’s website.

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