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Articles from R & D (October 1, 2018)

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2018 R&D 100 AWARDS: Finalists Announced. 3332
Bette Korber: Named 2018 R&D Scientist of the Year: Computational Biologist, HIV Researcher: The Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist used computational optimization to develop a novel HIV vaccine currently being tested in humans. Panjwani, Laura Cover story 2674
Creating More Sustainable Water Systems by Taking Lessons from the Energy Industry: Water and energy are critically interdependent, and just as energy is generated, distributed, and stored, doing the same with water could improve the resilience of both systems. Fiske, Peter 1427
Getting Ahead of Demand: Using Intelligence Foresight to Better Plan R&D: An increasing pace of change means R&D teams need better forecasting abilities. Potter, Kent; Potter, Nancy 1999
Honoring the 2018 Scientist of the Year and 2018 R&D 100 Awards Finalists. Riemschneider, Bea 534
Taking Biotechnology to the Next Level With Automation: Automation, and the integration of other technological systems via IoT and analytics platforms like machine learning, will form a major part of the future of scientific laboratory work. Hill, Claire; Denny-Gouldson, Paul 1042
The 2018 R&D 100 Conference Focuses on Trends, Innovation and Tech Transfer. Conference news 462
Understanding the Role of Carbon Fiber in 3D Printing: Several additive manufacturing companies offer printers capable of printing in carbon fiber, however that doesn't necessarily mean the parts are ready to go from the print bed straight to a manufacturing environment. Weiss, Charlotte 895

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