Thomas R. O'Donnell

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Ames Laboratory’s big gig

In University research on February 16, 2013 at 9:56 pm
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Graphic from Ames Laboratory website.

It didn’t get a lot of notice in Iowa last month when the U.S. Department of Energy chose Ames Laboratory to lead one of only five Energy Innovation Hubs. But a closer look shows how big of a deal the Critical Materials Institute is for the lab and Iowa State University, which operates the installation on a DOE contract. It’s huge, one DOE observer told me: “Knock-your-socks-off huge.”

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