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TitleAccomplishments of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Seed Money program
Publication DateSeptember 1986
Report NumberDOE/ER--0274
Unique IdentifierACC0008
Other NumbersLegacy ID: DE86015376; OSTI ID: 5441532
Research OrgUSDOE Office of Energy Research, Washington, DC (United States). Office of Program Analysis
SubjectGeneral and Miscellaneous
KeywordsORNL/Inventions; Technology Utilization; ORNL/Research Programs; Legionella Pneumophila; Burns; Ultrasonography; Whole-Body Counters; Bioconversion; Genetics; Molecular Biology; Dielectric Materials; Calorimeters; Positron Beams; Probes; Ionization; Spectroscopy
AbstractIn 1974, a modest program for funding new, innovative research was initiated at ORNL. It was called the "Seed Money" program and has become part of a larger program, called Exploratory R and D, which is being carried out at all DOE national laboratories. This report highlights 12 accomplishments of the Seed Money Program: nickel aluminide, ion implantation, laser annealing, burn meter, Legionnaires' disease, whole-body radiation counter, the ANFLOW system, genetics and molecular biology, high-voltage equipment, microcalorimeter, positron probe, and atom science. (DLC)
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