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The 13th Annual Outstanding Innovation Technology Transfer Awards reception honored laboratory inventors of patented, licensed, and copyrighted technologies for their important role in transferring science and technology from Los Alamos National Laboratory to industry. The awards reception took place Thursday at Fuller Lodge.
The commercialization of technologies developed at the Lab helps to strengthen U.S. economic security by creating jobs and enhancing U.S. industrial competitiveness.
As Secretary of Energy Steven Chu said recently about technology transfer, “This is part of the reason we are being funded…now, more than ever, scientists, both in research universities and national labs will need to come to the aid of our country.
Lab director Charles McMillan and Principal Associate Director for Science, Technology and Engineering Terry Wallace recognized and thanked laboratory scientists for their innovations in science and service to the nation, followed by announcements of the distinguished award winners by Deputy Principal Associate Director for Science, Technology and Engineering Duncan McBranch.
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