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Supercomputers Target Coronavirus
Scientists at Oak Ridge and in China are putting their compute resources to work against the pandemic.
Senvol and Oak Ridge National Laboratory Publish Additive Report
Technical report is titled “Collection of High Pedigree AM Data for Data Analysis and Correlation.”
ORNL’s Incoming Supercomputer Requires Advanced Infrastructure
Frontier will reside in the former data center of the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility’s (OLCF’s) Cray XK7 Titan supercomputer.
UT San Antonio Launches Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute
ORNL to apply communications security, digital manufacturing expertise to new DOE Cybersecurity Manufacturing Innovation Institute.
Supercomputers Target Coronavirus
Scientists at Oak Ridge and in China are putting their compute resources to work against the pandemic.
ORNL and nTopology Power AM Advances
Tech lab developing toolkit based on computational modeling software in exchange for industry-leading best practices to address advanced manufacturing.
Oak Ridge Creates Renewable Composite Material with Lignin
ORNL creates printable composite material using biofuel byproduct.
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.
ORNL Develops Plant-Based Print Material
The scientists are using lignin, a byproduct of the biofuel manufacturing process, which is combined with rubber, carbon fiber and ABS to create structures that have 100 percent improved weld strength between layers over ABS alone, according to Oak Ridge.
Mellanox Accelerates Supercomputers and More
Mellanox announces that the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Summit supercomputer is on target for completion early this year.
By the Numbers: Lightweighting
Facts and figures on lightweighting in engineering with new materials and the use of more composites.
Three Keynotes to Headline Science-based User Conference In Chicago
Science in the Age of Experience Global User Conference in Chicago this May has a stacked lineup of speakers and events.
ICME Helps Designers Living in a Materials World
The promise and challenges of a systems-level approach to lightweighting.
Printed Magnets Attract Interest
Oak Ridge National Laboratory has come up with a method for printing powerful magnets more efficiently.
Tour de France Champion and ORNL to Offer Lower Cost Carbon Fiber
New manufacturing process yields high volume, low cost carbon fiber for transportation, renewable energy and infrastructure.
It’s a Material World: Opportunities and Risks in Working With Advanced Materials
In this on-demand webinar, hear from the Oak Ridge National Lab, Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation and the Automotive Composites Alliance on using composites in product design.



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