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AFRL Aero-Effects Laboratory researchers

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Scientists with the Next Generation Ecosystem Experiments-Arctic project

Scientists with the Next Generation Ecosystem Experiments-Arctic project collect snow samples from the Alaskan tundra. (Photo credit: David Graham, ORNL)

AFRL ROSA technology

Demonstration of the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Roll-Out Solar Array (ROSA) on the International Space Station in June 2017. Multiple deployments and retractions of the array were demonstrated, with all scientific objectives met. (Photo credit: NASA)

ORNL and industry HVAC collaboration team

ORNL and leading building equipment industries signed collaboration agreements to improve the energy performance of HVAC systems and investigate alternative refrigerants. Seated from left, Eric Dell, executive vice president, National Automatic Merchandising Association; Stephen Wadle, senior project engineer, Taylor Commercial Foodservice; Hung Pham, integrated technologies director, Emerson Climate Technologies; and Jacques Beaudry-Losique, president, Enginuity Power Systems. Standing from left, Ron Ott, building technologies program manager, ORNL; Moe Khaleel, associate laboratory director, ORNL; Xin Sun, energy transportation science division director, ORNL; Karma Sawyer, building technologies office program manager, DOE; and Tony Bouza, building technologies office technology manager, DOE. (Photo credit: Carlos Jones/Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S. Dept. of Energy)

CDC laboratorian performing diagnostics

Image credit: CDC Photography, James Gathany

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Ohio Governor Mike DeWine addresses guests attending the announcement of the Federal Aviation Administration granting a Certificate of Waiver or Authorization to the Air Force Research Laboratory for beyond-visual-line-of-sight flights of unmanned aerial systems during an event at the Springfield-Beckley Municipal Airport, Springfield, Ohio, April 26, 2019. (U.S. Air Force photo by R.J. Oriez)

This illustration depicts how important precision landing is to a successful lunar mission. The identification of level ground near scientifically important and hazardous sites is essential for the success of long-term missions. (Photo credit: Pat Rawlings/NASA)

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Multimodal optical nanoprobe being mounted in a transmission electron microscope (Photo credit: Brookhaven National Laboratory).

European starling on corn by USDA NWRC Jim Carlson.

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