Renewing the Commitment
ORNL has been assigned the challenge of helping decipher the evolutionary code for an entirely new generation of biofuels capable of transforming the American automobile industry. More...
NEWS & NOTES
Governor dedicates Neutron Sciences Institute
Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen joined officials from UT and DoE in dedicating a new state-funded research facility on the ORNL campus. More...
Four ORNL researchers receive presidential early career award
ORNL researchers Jeremy Busby, De-en Jiang, Sergei Kalinin and Rahul Ramachandran are among 85 scientists to receive the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. More...
Australia's Sean Smith named Nanocenter director
Sean Smith from the University of Queensland in Australia has accepted the position of director for the Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences. More...
Staying a Step Ahead
The diversity of ORNL's research program is a key to global security challenges. More...
The Ultimate Threat
ORNL technologies seek to keep nuclear materials from falling into the wrong hands. More...
The Sum of All Fears
ORNL plays a role in securing nuclear materials in Kazakhstan. More...
ORNL is finding innovative solutions for the Department of Defense. More...
Smaller is Better
New technologies provide a lightweight solution for the Navy's communications. More...
Finding the Right Match
A new strategy aligns security needs with existing technologies. More...
Department of Defense sponsors and laboratory scientists are developing innovations designed to safeguard troops and save lives. More...
Avoiding the Great Compromise
Protecting public safety without compromising freedom or commerce. More...
A CLOSER VIEW
A Closer View: Brent Park
ORNL's Associate Laboratory Director of Global Security is responsible for managing the organization's five program offices. More...
Natural dissolved organic matter plays dual role in cycling of mercury
Nature has a bit of a Jekyll and Hyde relationship with mercury, but researchers at ORNL have made a discovery that could ultimately help explain the split personality. More...
Neutron scattering study yields new insights into virus life cycle
Without a host, a virus is a dormant package of proteins, genetic material and occasional lipids. More...