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Lab Wins Four 2012 R&D 100 Awards

Lab researchers have won four 2012 R&D 100 awards, which recognize the year’s 100 most significant proven technological advances. This year’s winners were for technologies that perform chemical analysis across vast distances, shape X-ray beams with submicron accuracy, spray biological molecules onto a mass spectrometer for microchip analysis, and generate reactor-quality neutron beams from a compact source. Lab awardees include Rick Russo and Xianglei Mao of the Environmental Energy Technologies Division, Simon Morton and Jeff Dickert of the Physical Biosciences Division, Daojing Wang and Pan Mao of the Life Sciences Division, Peidong Yang of the Materials Sciences Division, and Qing Ji and Bernhard Ludewigt of the Accelerator and Fusion Research Division. More>

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