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15 Universities Picked for EcoCAR Electric Vehicle Challenge
Collegiate engineering teams to compete to advance clean transportation technology and accelerate transition to electric vehicles.
Xerox Elem Additive Installs ElemX 3D Printer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
The ElemX leverages liquid Metal AM that uses aluminum wire and is easily deployed, Xerox reports.
Argonne Picks Altair to Advance Exoscale Efforts
Altair’s PBS Professional tool will orchestrate workloads for Argonne’s massive high-performance computing systems, Argonne reports.
Coreform Gets U.S. Energy Department Nod to Advance Automotive Simulation
Company wins DoE Phase IIB SBIR to develop an isogeometric approach to streamlining structural dynamics simulation for automotive and other applications.
UT San Antonio Launches Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute
ORNL to apply communications security, digital manufacturing expertise to new DOE Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute.
CVD MesoScribe Receives ARPA-E Grant in Collaboration with Penn State University
This award will be used to develop and demonstrate the integration of printed sensors into additively manufactured gas turbine components.
Top500 Supercomputer List Updated
The 52nd edition of the TOP500 list has five U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) supercomputers in the top 10 positions.
Wind Turbines Buoyed By Public-Private Partnerships
The partners plan to explore new developments in thermoplastic materials with the goal to lower wind turbine production costs, improve recyclability and expand applicability.


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