Four technologies developed at the U.S. Department of Energyâ€™s Oak Ridge National Laboratory have earned Federal Laboratory Consortium awards for excellence in technology transfer, a press release said.
The FLC is a network of more than 300 federal laboratories, facilities, and research centers dedicated to promoting and strengthening the commercialization of federal laboratory-developed technologies and expertise, the press release said.
The honors place ORNL in elite company, according to Donna Bialozor, FLC Awards committee chair, who wrote: â€œThis year, your laboratory is one of a select number of recipients, an indication that your nominations were truly of the highest caliber.â€
Mike Paulus, ORNLâ€™s director of technology transfer, noted that it is especially significant that ORNL won four of the 19 FLC awards for excellence in technology transfer.
â€œWith these latest awards, ORNL has now won 55 since 1986, reaffirming the importance and relevance of our research and development,” Paulus said.
ORNL earned recognition for the following technologies: [Read more…]