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May
12
Wednesday
2021

Join this special workshop on May 12, from 2 - 3 pm ET, which will provide information and insights on how to improve ‎your federal laboratory’s FLC regional award submissions.

May
12
Wednesday
2021

Critical materials and a CO2 economy—where capture of carbon dioxide is driven by a demand for its use in sustainable products—have a symbiotic relationship that could be exploited to accelerate deployment of one another.

May
12
Wednesday
2021

If you are interested in innovation, join our Wednesday, May 12 webinar to learn about our experimental data products.

May
12
Wednesday
2021

The deployment and operation of wind turbines present unintended environmental effects. For land-based wind energy, the focus is primarily on collision risk, during the operational phase, to certain species of bats and raptors.

May
12
Wednesday
2021

Data & Analytics Summit

Virtual Conference

Government agencies generate and collect massive amounts of data, but have long struggled to extract value from all that information.

May
11
Tuesday
2021

The Triton Initiative is researching various environmental monitoring technology and methods to understand how different types of stressors caused by marine renewable energy devices can be tested.

May
11
Tuesday
2021

For most inventors and entrepreneurs, prototyping an new product and understanding the process for obtaining a patent can be expensive and tricky propositions.

May
11
Tuesday
2021

In May, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) will host the first in a series of webinars highlighting 50 years of science.

May
11
Tuesday
2021

Join us to co-create a holistic future-focused microelectronics ecosystem that attracts and retains a vibrant workforce.

May
11
Tuesday
2021

Numerous federal agencies have non-profit, non-governmental foundations that work with them to advance their missions. The CDC and NIH foundations, for example, have made important contributions to public health during the pandemic.

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