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How to stay safe in the atomic age: Charming posters from 1947 which show the health risks from radiation

Radiation Safety Poster From 1947. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Tennessee.


Blue glow of Cherenkov radiation at ORNL's High Flux Isotope Reactor where berkelium is made to create element 117 © Oak Ridge National Labo...


Water could literally bounce off the Samsung Galaxy S9 Read more Technology News Here --> It's one thing being water resistant as phones like the Galaxy S7 are but Samsung is looking well beyond just having phones that can survive water. Based on new technology that's just been taken on by the company instead it might one day make phones that actively repels liquid. The company has exclusively licensed a superhydrophobic glass coating developed by the Oak…


Samsung calls dibs on Department of Energy's screen coatings - CNET The Department of Energys Oak Ridge National Laboratorys superhydrophobic film tech in action. Oak Ridge National Laboratory Samsung devices will have some government-strength coating to save your devices from the depths of puddles and toilets. Samsung Electronics has licensed a clear superhydrophobic film from the Department of…

Data source: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, World Bank. (David Whitmore, John Grimwade / National Geographic)

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7 Oak Ridge National Laboratory Symposium reprints

Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory are using bamboo fiber in 3D printing experiments to determine whether bio-based feedstock materials are feasible in additive manufacturing.

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White Oak Upper Falls in Shenandoah National Park, Virginia. I want to get married somewhere in this park. :)


Dr. Lynn A. Boatner and Hu F. Longmire Oak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA Surface of titanium carbide crystal (64x)