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Each technology presented at the 2019 Technology Innovation Showcase at ORNL shows promise as a breakthrough with significant commercial potential. (Photo credit: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy)

Researchers from the RDCRN-supported Myasthenia Gravis Rare Disease Network are studying rare, chronic autoimmune diseases that affect how well nerves and muscles communicate with each other. Neuromuscular junctions, where motor nerves (green) send signals to muscles (red), are shown here. (Photo credit: Xiangyang Zhang, Ph.D., The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences)

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The DOE QuantISED grants will fund initiatives related to quantum computing. These include the simulation of advanced quantum devices that will improve quantum computing simulations and the development of novel electronics to work with large arrays of ultracold qubits. (Photo credit: Fermilab)

One longstanding effort of the program is hosting vendor fairs onsite at Jefferson Lab to allow the end users of the goods and services to meet with vendors and tradespersons. (Photo credit: Jefferson Lab)

A government attendee tries on a virtual reality headset as a vendor discusses his company’s product during the first-ever Spark Collider held Aug. 13, 2019, in Austin, Texas. Sponsored by AFWERX in collaboration with other Air Force organizations, the event attracted representatives from small businesses to combine innovative ideas with vendors yielding products and policies that benefit the Air Force. (Photo credit: Kyle Fetter)

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Machine learning experts, faculty and students at the AFRL University Center of Excellence on Efficient and Robust Machine Learning, led by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, June 5, 2019. (AFRL courtesy photo)

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