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Articles from R & D (October 1, 2016)

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3D measuring system: Keyence America. Brief article 145
A breakthrough in aircraft surveillance: MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Brief article 154
A breakthrough in urology: Boston Scientific Corp. Brief article 118
A breakthrough in vision care: Johnson & Johnson Vision Care. Brief article 124
A leap forward in power electronics: Toyota Research Institute Of North America. Brief article 135
A multi-Mode scintillation detector: Radiation Monitoring Devices Inc. Brief article 133
A new way to communicate: MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Brief article 101
A novel fabrication method: General Motors Research & Development. Brief article 147
A novel UV device: Aquisense Technologies. 132
A novel, unique capability: Cobalt Lights Systems Ltd. Brief article 113
A stronger type of aluminum: Alcoa. Brief article 169
A sweat-detecting sensor: University of California, Berkeley. Brief article 158
A unique approach to nanostructuring: Brookhaven National Laboratory. 133
Accurate patient vitals: Welch Allyn. Brief article 166
Accurate x-ray beam measure: Stony Brook University. Brief article 140
Accurate X-ray recording: Bruker AXS Inc. 130
Advancement in microfluidics & instrument design: Biosensing Instrument. Brief article 156
Airspace defender: Battelle. Brief article 120
Alternative technology: Proportional Technologies Inc. 117
An important advance over traditional conductivity probes: Ilium Technology Inc. Brief article 154
Analysis of fish stress: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. 146
Autonomous landslide surveillance system: Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Brief article 180
Barrier packaging solutions: The Dow Chemical Co. Brief article 175
Biocompatible analysis: Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. 127
Breakthrough in NEG pumps: Saes Getter S.P.A. Brief article 177
Bridging the connectivity gap: CEL. Brief article 152
Built-in torque sensor: Hitachi Ltd. Brief article 148
Burn resistance: Westex By Milliken, Milliken & Co. Brief article 119
Capable DNA detection: Advanced Analytical Technologies Inc. Brief article 122
Carbon emission reduction: Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Brief article 115
Carbon fiber manufacturing process: Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Brief article 145
Cell culture applications for drug manufacturing: Milliporesigma. Brief article 138
Chemical analysis breakthrough: Activated Research Co. 112
Clean energy: Sandia National Laboratories. Brief article 110
Clean renewable energy: Sandia National Laboratories. Brief article 180
Cognitive computing pioneer Dharmendra Modha named 2016 scientist of the year: the IBM chief scientist has been recognized by R&D magazine for his advancements in the field of cognitive computing, as well as his dedication to making the world a better place. Taylor, Michelle Cover story 2000
Comparative debugging: Cray Inc. 148
Composite material properties: E-Xstream Engineering. 165
Computational tool advancement: U.S. Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory. Brief article 158
Computationally optimized homogenization heat treatment process: U.S. Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory. Brief article 185
Computer attack protection: Sandi National Laboratories. Brief article 131
Containment maintenance: MRI Global. Brief article 136
Containment maintenance: MRI Global. Brief article 135
Containment maintenance: MRIGlobal. 135
Converting energy: Wolfspeed, a CREE Company. Brief article 173
Converting sunlight into electricity: Deployable Space Systems Inc. Brief article 146
Corrosion control: U.S. Water Services Inc. 160
Creating Faucet designs: DXV by American Standard. Brief article 157
Cryogen-free SPM system: RHK Technology. 113
Curbing the Aedes mosquito population: Industrial Technology Development Institute, Department of Science and Technology. Brief article 144
Cutting-edge robotics: Desin L.L.C. 126
Cyber attack protection: Los Alamos National Laboratory. Brief article 132
Data center architectures of tomorrow: PI (Physik Instrumente) LP. Brief article 105
Data exfiltration mitigation: Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Brief article 136
Data-breach defense: Ernst & Young LLP. Brief article 168
Departure from conventional cooking technology: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Brief article 132
Determining sample quantity & quality: Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. 144
Device protection: Semblant. Brief article 116
Diamond evaluation: MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Brief article 129
Discovering dangerous substances: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Brief article 109
Disruptive technology: ATS-MER L.L.C. Brief article 246
Disruptive technology: ATS-MER L.L.C. Materials and Electrochemical Research. Brief article 247
Driver safety prioritized: Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Brief article 159
Ease-of-use instrument for the field: B&W TEK. 112
Easy-to-implement, cloud-based software solution: EC Market. Brief article 181
Eco-friendly aqueous painting process: PPG Industries. Brief article 180
Eco-friendly aqueous painting process: PPG Industries. Brief article 178
Eco-friendly electrocoat coatings: PPG Industries. Brief article 162
Effective weed control: Dow Agrosciences. 148
Electrical and mechanical innovation: Tektronix. 130
Elevator vibration control: Mitsubishi Electric Corp. Brief article 152
Encapsulant improvements: Dow Corning Toray Co., Ltd. Brief article 145
Energy-conserving HVAC System: U.S. Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory. Brief article 129
Environmental optimization model: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Brief article 167
ERT imaging software: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Brief article 180
Fabricating freestanding polymer films: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Brief article 158
Fabricating prototypes in an efficient, cost-effective way: Blacktrace Holdings Ltd. Brief article 135
Fast energy simulation: Oak Ridge National Laboratory. 156
Fastest digital X-ray camera: Sandia National Laboratories. 117
Filtering out unwanted higher-order modes: Los Alamos National Laboratory. (R&D 100 FINALISTS: IT/Electrical). Brief article 146
First handheld early-stage corrosion imager: Laser and Plasma Technologies L.L.C. Brief article 115
First-Stage Disaster/Relief Food: Packaging Technology Division. Brief article 181
Flexible polymers: Dow Plastics Additives. Brief article 123
Fluoride remediation: Gadgil Lab for Energy and Water Research at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Brief article 178
Food packaging alternatives: Dow Coating Materials. Brief article 168
Food-contamination screening, toxic organic solvent elimination: Acutech Scientific Inc. Brief article 158
Fuel fraud elimination: The Dow Chemical Co. Brief article 121
Functionally designed nanomaterials: Sandia National Laboratories. 117
Game changer in material deformation: Los Alamos National Laboratory. Brief article 127
Game changer in material deformation: Los Alamos National Laboratory. Brief article 126
Game-changing Li-S batteries: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. 143
GPS cyber-attacks alert: Southwest Research Institute (SWRI). Brief article 166
Graph analytics for medical innovation: Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Brief article 150
Heat-loss reduction method: Toyota Motor Corp. Brief article 167
Heavy metal absorbent: Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Brief article 147
Helping the paralyzed: Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Brief article 158
High throughput scientific imaging tool: Brookhaven National Laboratory. Brief article 143
High-efficiency heating & cooling: National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). Brief article 154
High-energy radiography: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Brief article 167
High-Precision Spectroscopic Instruments: Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (R&D 100 FINALISTS: Software/Services). Brief article 157
High-speed testing: Nanomechanics Inc. Brief article 132
High-yielding sample preparation: Waters Corp. Brief article 106
Holistic vulnerability analysis: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Brief article 159
Improved mobile network coverage: AT&T. Brief article 113
Improving the magnetic structure of the stator structure: Metal Industries Research & Development Centre. Brief article 144
Information-based approach to computing: The Mitre Corp. Brief article 154
Innovative adhesive technology: Dow Automotive Systems. Brief article 156
Innovative production chemical: Dow Oil, Gas and Mining. Brief article 160
Internal vital sign monitoring: MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Brief article 143
Latest handheld technology trend: Rigaku Analytical Devices. Brief article 159
Machining operations: Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI): (R&D 100 FINALISTS: Software/Services). Brief article 158
Maintenance planning tool: INCON. Brief article 163
Markings on metal: Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Brief article 149
Mass customization for liquid solutions: LabMinds. Brief article 153
Mass spectrometer analysis: 908 Devices Inc. 112
Materials characterization: Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Brief article 138
Maximum data mining: Georgetown Rail Equipment Co. 151
Maximum data mining: Georgetown Rail Equipment Co. 150
Measuring the speed of sound: Stanford Research Systems. Brief article 127
Metal extractor: Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Brief article 160
Metal process technology: FLSmidth USA Inc. Brief article 189
Methane-leak detection: Argonne National Laboratory. Brief article 128
Microbial growth detection: Affinity Biosensors L.L.C. Brief article 115
Mimicking air-flow in lungs: Los Alamos National Laboratory. Brief article 146
Mimicking air-flow in lungs: Los Alamos National Laboratory. Brief article 144
Mimicking air-flow in lungs: Los Alamos National Laboratory. Brief article 144
More efficient energy: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Brief article 135
Multidimensional cellular analysis: Milliporesigma. Brief article 159
Multivalent protein binders: Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Brief article 170
Muscle rejuvenation: Battelle. Brief article 136
Nanotechnology-enabled bactericide: University Of Central Florida. Brief article 124
New age in nanomechanical testing: Hysitron Inc. Brief article 121
New approach to file sharing: Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Brief article 173
New corrosion prevention: The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Brief article 174
New generation of RFIC systems: Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. 139
New tool for cancer treatment: MIT Lincoln Laboratory. 110
Next generation of sample prep technology: Agilent Technologies. Brief article 109
NIP roller insight: Tekscan Inc. 113
Non-precious metal catalyst design revolutionized: Argonne National Laboratory. 150
Novel adhesive system: The Dow Chemical Co. Brief article 154
Novel MRI imaging system: Mr Solutions. Brief article 121
Novel visualization approach to spatial data: U.S. Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory. 153
Nuclear reactor operations: Oak Ridge National Laboratory. 152
Onboard intelligence: Photometrics. 141
Operator protection: Labconco. 113
Optimization-based analytics: Sandia National Laboratories. Brief article 156
Packing-peanut carbon technology: Purdue University. 166
Pathogen zapper: The Mitre Corp. Brief article 129
Performance in the form of precision: NSCRYPT. Brief article 190
Photolithography game changer: Dow Electronic Materials. Brief article 165
Plug & play for synthesis applications: Anton PAAR GMBH. Brief article 104
Polishing performance improved: Dow Electronic Materials. Brief article 138
Polypropylene modification: Milliken & Co. Brief article 170
Population projection algorithm: Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Brief article 138
Precipitation intensity depictions: MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Brief article 195
Precise endoscopic surgery: MIT Lincoln Laboratory. 155
Precision meso-micro machining: OMAX Corp. Brief article 143
Protecting computer systems: Sandia National Laboratories. Brief article 138
Protein crystallography: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Brief article 182
Protein crystallography: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Brief article 181
Quick charging and discharging in rugged environments: Maxwell Technologies. 177
Radiation detection: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Brief article 134
Railway Industry Improvements: Georgetown Rail Equipment Co. 152
Real-time drug discovery: Nemametrix Inc. 134
Reducing artificial lighting reliance: PPG Industries. Brief article 139
Reducing manufacturing cost: Nasa Glenn Research Center. Brief article 167
Remote Laser Welding System: General Motors Research & Development. Brief article 181
Resilient data-storage: Los Alamos National Laboratory. Brief article 135
Resilient data-storage: Los Alamos National Laboratory. Brief article 135
Revolutionary printing platform: Voxel8 Inc. Brief article 105
Sample extraction, purification, amplification & detection: Luminex Corp. Brief article 154
Scalable high-order simulation codes: Argonne National Laboratory. Brief article 137
Security threat detection: Institute for Information Industry. (R&D 100 FINALISTS: Software/Services). 160
Semiconducting nanomaterial Production: Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Brief article 204
Severe turbulence quantifier: The Mitre Corp. Brief article 139
Short circuit: National Revewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). Brief article 130
Smart clothing: Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Brief article 132
Smart glass-based service system: Institute for Information Industry. Brief article 168
Software exploitation protection: MIT Lincoln Laboratory. 182
Solar-heat-management coating system: PPG Industries. Brief article 123
Special language learning needs: Speak Modalities L.L.C. Brief article 136
Superior heat dissipation: Dow Corning Corp. Brief article 156
Surface finishing of niobium SRF Cavities: Faraday Technology Inc. Brief article 142
Surface-engineered Epoxy Composite Coatings for Aeronautic Environments: Nasa Langley Research Center. Brief article 127
Surface-engineered epoxy composite coatings for Aeronautic environments: NASA Langley Research Center. Brief article 127
Sustainable hydrogen production: Brookhaven National Laboratory. Brief article 171
The power of mass spectrometry: Oak Ridge National Laboratory. 145
The R&D 100 awards: celebrating innovation. Riemschneider, Bea Editorial 408
Transformational subtrates: Texmat L.L.C. Brief article 158
Transformational technology: Sharp Laboratories of America Inc. Brief article 175
Tungsten 3D printing system: Polaronyx Inc. Brief article 124
Ultra-Secure Cryptographic Network Node: Sandia National Laboratories. Brief article 155
Ultrafast aluminum battery: Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Brief article 132
Understanding material properties: Staib Instruments Inc. 107
Unmanned aircraft systems: MIT Lincoln Laboratory. Brief article 183
Usability of HPC systems: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Brief article 184
Versatile mobile computer: Zebra Technologies. Brief article 156
Virtual laboratory environment: Iowa State University. Brief article 123
Volumetric medical image data: Siemens Medical Solutions USA Inc. (R&D 100 FINALISTS: Software/Services). Brief article 173
Waste-tire carbon technology: OAK Ridge National Laboratory. Brief article 153
What's new on RDMAG.COM? 401
Windows of the future: Los Alamos National Laboratory. Brief article 145
World's first water-based hybrid-VRF: Mitsubishi Electric Corp. Brief article 145

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