January 2012 - The Roadmap to Licensing at
Savannah River National Laboratory
The Savannah River National Laboratory(SRNL) is the applied research and development laboratory at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Savannah River Site (SRS). The laboratory applies state-of-the-art science to provide practical, high-value, cost-effective solutions to complex technical problems.
The laboratory earns its world-class reputation because of its talented people and their unwavering commitment to safety, security and quality in the delivery of technology solutions that work.
SRNL applies this commitment to solving the complex problems of the times, such as the detection of weapons of mass destruction, the cleanup of contaminated groundwater and soils, the development of hydrogen as an energy source, the need for a viable national defense, and the safe management of hazardous materials. Building on 50-plus years of technological achievement and a framework of vital core competencies, the laboratory will continue to identify, develop and deploy innovative technologies to meet the needs of a variety of customers across the Savannah River Site, the Department of Energy and the nation.
Transferring technologies to the private sector so that these technologies may have the collateral benefit of enhancing U.S. economic competitiveness is a vital part of the DOE mission. See examples of SRNL technologies available for licensing and read the Roadmap to Licensing.
-This article was provided by Savannah River National Laboratory.-