R&D Magazine honored the top 100 new technologies of 2012 year at its annual awards banquet Nov. 1 in Orlando. Four Berkeley Lab technologies received R&D100 Awards. Accepting Berkeley Lab’s awards were, from left to right, Daojing Wang (LSD) for Multinozzle Emitter Array; Rick Russo (EETD) for Laser Ablation Molecular Isotopic Spectrometry; and Jeff Dickert (PBD) and Simon Morton (PBD) for the Compact Variable Collimator. Not pictured: Mel Piestrup of Adelphi Technologies, Berkeley Lab’s co-nominee, for the High Output Neutron Generator.
Researchers Claim Their R&D100 Awards
November 8, 2012