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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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In a newly funded HPC4Mtls project, ORNL and AK Steel will partner to develop microstructure-based transformation models to predict austenite stability. The project will be funded by the DOE’s Vehicle Technologies Office. LLNL heads the HPC4EI program, the umbrella entity for the HPC4Mfg and HPC4Mtls programs. (Photo credit: AK Steel)

This artist's rendering depicts the Archinaut payload during its deployment in space. The project uses additive manufacturing to produce new or replacement structures including beams and struts too large for today's conventional rockets to haul to space. (Photo credit: NASA/Made in Space)

A new ARS-developed, starch-based coating makes paper water-resistant. (Photo credit: USDA/Peggy Greb)

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A Marine Corps AH-1Z Viper helicopter is painted with one-component (1K) camouflage gray polysiloxane topcoat on the exterior. U.S. Naval Research Laboratory chemists developed the new topcoat, which is safer for the environment and easier to apply, for DoD aircraft. (Photo credit: U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)

CCDC Army Research Laboratory's new podcast, "What We Learned Today," features ARL Director Dr. Philip Perconti talking about science and technology for the future Army. (U.S. Army graphic)

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