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Critical partnerships: Los Alamos, universities, and industry

Description: Los Alamos National Laboratory, situated 35 miles northwest of Santa Fe, NM, is one of the Department of Energy`s three Defense Programs laboratories. It encompasses 43 square miles, employees approximately 10,000 people, and has a budget of approximately $1.1B in FY97. Los Alamos has a strong post-cold war mission, that of reducing the nuclear danger. But even with that key role in maintaining the nation`s security, Los Alamos views partnerships with universities and industry as critical to its future well being. Why is that? As the federal budget for R&D comes under continued scrutiny and certain reduction, we believe that the triad of science and technology contributors to the national system of R&D must rely on and leverage each others capabilities. For us this means that we will rely on these partners to help us in 5 key ways: We expect that partnerships will help us maintain and enhance our core competencies. In doing so, we will be able to attract the best scientists and engineers. To keep on the cutting edge of research and development, we have found that partnerships maintain the excellence of staff through new and exciting challenges. Additionally, we find that from our university and corporate partners we often learn and incorporate {open_quotes}best practices{close_quotes} in organizational management and operations. Finally, we believe that a strong national system of R&D will ensure and enhance our ability to generate revenues.
Date: April 1, 1997
Creator: Berger, C.L.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Annual report on research project

Description: Summaries of research programs in radiological physics, including dosimetry, microdosimetry and the Radiological Research Accelerator Facility (RARAF), and biophysics and radiobiology are presented. (CE8)
Date: July 1, 1973
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Studies in nuclear and radiochemistry. Progress report for the period June 16, 1972--September 14, 1973. Final report

Description: Research reported in articles submitted for publication and those published during the recent report period is reviewed. In addition, a bibliography of 121 articles published on research carried out for the USAEC during the past 14 years is included. (JGB)
Date: April 30, 1974
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Dynamics of Chemical Reactions. Progress Report, January 1, 1973-- December 31, 1973

Description: In this period, significant progress has been made in the studies of: interactions and reactions of metastable rare gas atoms, and atoms and molecules; the dynamics of collision induced dissociation of diatomic molecules; translational to vibrational rotational energy transfers of linear triatomic molecules by rare gas atoms; scattering of state selected molecules; improvement in the velocity analysis of scattered molecules and the method of atomic beams production; and intramolecular energy transfers and unimolecular decomposition. (auth)
Date: January 1, 1973
Creator: Lee, Y. T.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Solid State Physics Program. Annual Progress Report

Description: The present status of seven problems tn thin films and sunface physics, six in cohesive and dielectric properties, and two in solid state theory is described. The magnetoresistance of a metal having a spherical Fermi surface, but cubic symmetry for the electron scattering, was calculated by the magnetic- scattering eigenfunction approach. A method was developed for determining accurately the orientation of single crystals from Lane photographs. (auth)
Date: November 1, 1973
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department
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