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Fusion rendering by PPPL

Depiction by Eliot Feibush/PPPL and Julian Kates-Harbeck/Harvard University

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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Army-funded researchers at Cornell University are using artificial intelligence to search for a catalyst that would allow them to replace hydrogen with methanol to make fuel cells more efficient. (Photo credit: CCDC ARL)

James Geurts (left), assistant secretary of the Navy for research, development and acquisition, congratulates Rod Peterson on a successful Advanced Naval Technology Exercise (ANTX) East in Camp Lejeune, N.C., on July 18, 2019. Peterson, the Marine Corps Vulnerability and Protection Program manager at Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, was the technical lead for ANTX East. (U.S. Navy photo by Kelley Stirling/Released) (Photo by Kelley Stirling)

Illustration of a human landing system and crew on the lunar surface with Earth near the horizon. (Photo credit: NASA)

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Member Labs

A fully assembled third embodiment of the reconfigurable computer platform. (Photo credit: BNL)

Photo credit: The IZone Crew @ CAMI

Army scientists have reached a promising milestone in the field of quantum research for enhanced capabilities in quantum simulation and quantum computation aimed at massive data storage and processing for tactical advantage by the soldier. Quantum entanglement has the potential for massive data storage and processing; secure communications; and quantum, rather than classically limited, sensing and navigation. (Photo credit: CCDC/ARL)

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The near zero-emission prototype fuel cell system that NETL funded. It will be tested at the NRG Energy Center. Photo courtesy of NETL.

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