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Department of Labor officials met with several former workers at the Ames Laboratory and their survivors to explain how they may have become eligible for thousands of dollars in medical compensation. About 25 people sat through the presentation by Department of Labor officials at the Radisson Hotel on ...
The research was done by Johnpierre Paglione and colleagues at the University of Maryland, Iowa State's Ames Laboratory, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the Universities of Otago and Wisconsin. Conventional superconductivity arises in a material when spin-1/2 electrons form “Cooper ...

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory have designed and built an advanced device that uses small quantities of magnetocaloric materials to cool objects or inside enclosures level cooling. This marks an important step in creating technologies to replace 100-year-old gas ...
The Ames Laboratory, a national laboratory with the US Department of Energy's Office of Science and operated by Iowa State University, works to solve our world's pressing issues with innovative energy materials, solutions, and technologies. While the laboratory spent a lot of time in 2017 focusing on its ...
CaloriSMART is an advanced model system that uses magnetocaloric materials to achieve refrigeration cooling. The system, that even could help you get a better fridge, was designed by researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory. Gas compression refrigeration is a 100-year-old ...
Apr 3, 2018 | By David. A new breakthrough in refrigeration has been achieved by researchers at the U.S Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory, and 3D printing was a major part of it. The researchers made use of the technology to design and build a new advanced model system, which successfully used very small ...

United States: A new biochemical leaching process to recover valuable rare earth metals from discarded electronics has been developed by a research team at Ames Laboratory in the US state of Iowa. And the key ingredient is somewhat unusual: corn.
A new biochemical leaching process has been developed that uses corn stover as feedstock and recovers valuable rare earth metals from electronic waste, according to an announcement from the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory in Ames, Iowa. While corn and its byproducts can be used for ...
says Javier Vela, an associate professor of chemistry at Iowa State University and an associate of the US Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory. “They're in our computers and our cell phones. They're usually in high-end, high-value products. While semiconductors may not contain rare materials, many ...
They're usually in high-end, high-value products. While semiconductors may not contain rare materials, many are toxic or very expensive.” Vela, an Iowa State associate professor of chemistry and an associate of the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory, directs a lab that specializes in developing ...
Aluminum Cerium (ACE) Alloys were co-developed by the Critical Materials Institute, Eck Industries, Ames Laboratory and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, with the license to Eck Industries. ACE is a family of aluminum cerium superalloys that demonstrates exceptional performance suited for ...
Participating labs, in addition to Sandia and Los Alamos, are Ames Laboratory, Argonne National Laboratory, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility, Lawrence Livermore National ...
President Wendy Wintersteen talks with Ames Laboratory representatives Alissa Brammer (left) and Adam Schwartz (right) at this year's ISU Day at the Capitol on Monday. This is President Wintersteen's first year going as president, and she believed it to be a great success. Jillian Alt/Iowa State Daily.
An engineering professor and employee at the US Energy Department's Iowa-based Ames Laboratory, located on the campus of Iowa State University, Anderson was in just the position to help with this problem. For years, his role in the laboratory has been interested in producing fine metal powders, and ...
Researchers at the Ames Laboratory and other Department of Energy labs have demonstrated a way to use corn stover left over from harvest to help recycle strategically significant metals from outdated electronics. The process, researched at the Ames Laboratory on the Iowa State University campus and ...
Federal representatives from the Division of Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation will discuss the new Special Exposure Cohort class of employees at the Ames Laboratory. The event will take place at the Holiday Inn Ames Conference Center at Iowa State University beginning at 9 a.m., ...
"We're taking low-cost, inkjet-printed graphene and tuning it with a laser to make functional materials," said Jonathan Claussen, an Iowa State University assistant professor of mechanical engineering, an associate of the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory and the corresponding author of the ...

"We're taking low-cost, inkjet-printed graphene and tuning it with a laser to make functional materials," said Jonathan Claussen, an Iowa State University assistant professor of mechanical engineering. Claussen is also an associate of the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory and the corresponding ...
From left, Ames High senior Ben Moats and Ames High sophomores Andres Cordoba, Alex Kovar and Nitzan Friedberg talk with their coach Nick Lachen, right, during Saturday's Ames Laboratory/Iowa State University Science Bowl. Lachen said Ames had a sizable lead for most of the match before their ...
“We're taking low-cost, inkjet-printed graphene and tuning it with a laser to make functional materials,” says Jonathan Claussen, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Iowa State University, an associate of the US Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory, and the corresponding author of the ...
Some of the brightest high school students from across Iowa will travel to Ames this weekend to compete in the 28th annual Ames Laboratory/Iowa State University Regional High School Science Bowl. The event is one of 69 regional high school science bowl competitions to be held this year as part of the ...
Dr. Theresa L. Windus is currently a Professor of Chemistry at Iowa State University and an Associate with Ames Laboratory. She has previously worked in leadership positions at the Wright Patterson Air Force Base Major Shared Resource Center and the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory of ...
... ACMZ Cast Aluminum Alloys, additive manufacturing, Additively Printed High Performance Magnets, Adrian Sabau, Advanced Manufacturing Office, Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy, Ahmed Hassen, Alex Roschli, aluminum alloys, Ames Laboratory, Ames Laboratory Critical Materials Institute ...
Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory are working towards mastering graphene's assembly in combination with other materials—a tricky, delicate process performed in ultra-high vacuum environments at the atomic scale. This week, they published a paper where they reveal that ...
A "mesa" of dysprosium, draped with a single layer of graphene. Research from Ames Laboratory suggests that this method will work with a wide variety of metal and graphite combinations, opening up the possibility of diverse applications including quantum computing, solar cells, catalysis, and sensing.
The US Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory has received $392,000 in funding to commercialise a gas atomisation nozzle design used to produce metal powders for manufacturing. In addition, the laboratory will contribute in-kind matching funds of equal value for the project from private sector partner ...
In every plant—from trees to crops—there exists a substance that makes up its wood or stems, fiber, and cell walls. This substance is a complex natural polymer called lignin, and it is the second largest renewable carbon source on the planet after cellulose. This natural abundance has drawn high interest ...
"We're taking low-cost, inkjet-printed graphene and tuning it with a laser to make functional materials," said Jonathan Claussen, an Iowa State University assistant professor of mechanical engineering, an associate of the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory and the corresponding author of the ...
The Ames Laboratory is part of the U.S. Department of Energy's research network and, according to its website, has approximately 745 people working there either as employees or research associates. DOE officials replied to the Tribune's requests for comments with a statement saying employees would ...
With other scientists at the Ames Laboratory at the DOE, Slowing experimented on a number of chemical reactions that decompose lignin models at low temperatures and pressures. Although there are methods to salvage byproducts via a stabilisation process, the researchers combined the decomposition ...
Scientists at Ames Laboratory, a US Department of Energy lab, have developed germanium nanoparticles that have improved photoluminescence, making them potentially better materials for solar cells and probes, or labels, for protein imaging applications. The team has now demonstrated that by adding ...
Germanium nanoparticles with enhanced photoluminescence have been developed by researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory, making them potentially promising materials for solar cells and imaging probes. The researchers discovered that by adding tin to the nanoparticle's ...
The U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory has discovered and described the existence of a unique disordered electron spin state in a ...
Slowing, a heterogeneous catalysis scientist at Ames Laboratory, said, “We can control the shape of the structure itself, what we call the ...
Inspired by previous research conducted at the U.S Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory by Paul Canfield on calcium iron arsenide's ...
... of Technology, an Associate of the US Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory, and professor of materials science at Iowa State University, ...
Dr. Theresa L. Windus is currently a Professor of Chemistry at Iowa State University and an Associate with Ames Laboratory. She has ...
... University and did postdoctoral training in polymers at Missouri S&T and in solid phase inorganic chemistry at the Ames Laboratory in Ames, ...
... University and did postdoctoral training in polymers at Missouri S&T and in solid phase inorganic chemistry at the Ames Laboratory in Ames, ...
Researchers at DOE's Ames Laboratory are experimenting with chemical reactions that will provide an economical method of deconstructing ...
Uppsala University and Ames Laboratory researchers also contributed to the research, which appears in the Sept. 14 edition of the journal ...
Theresa L. Windus, Iowa State University & Ames Laboratory: “Taking the Nanoscale to the Exascale” (a link to more information will be ...
Before teaching at Iowa State, he worked at the Ames Laboratory. Upon retirement, Vaughn moved to Laramie, where he befriended a number ...
These findings are in a newly published paper in Nature Communications Materials and are part of Ames Laboratory's broader scope of ...
Ames Laboratory scientists have found new insight to the "rules" of how magnetic states emerge and are suppressed, creating a guide for ...
Metallurgist Iver Anderson and his team of materials researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory, have been awarded the ...
He says there are many scientific benefits to the Ames Laboratory's 70 years on the Iowa State University campus. Larger photo. Photo by ...
The magnets were developed by a team of researchers at ORNL and co-developed by Magnet Applications, Ames Laboratory Critical Materials Institute (CMI), Tru-Design and Momentum Technologies. Magnet Applications, a Bunting Magnetics Company, manufactured the starting composite pellets of the ...
Additively Printed High Performance Magnets were developed by a team of researchers from ORNL and co-developed by Ames Laboratory Critical Materials Institute (CMI), Magnet Applications Incorporated, Tru-Design and Momentum Technologies. “Additively Printed High Performance Magnets are the ...
"For a photovoltaic material, obviously absorbing light is the first part and converting that solar energy into electrical energy is the second part," said Ames Laboratory scientist Emily Smith. "So you want a material that does both efficiently. Germanium has some desirable characteristics for photovoltaic ...


 

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