The American Association for the Advancement of Science has elected Fermilab employees Marge Bardeen and Patty McBride as AAAS fellows.
Instant Systems Inc., a Norfolk VA based manufacturer of packaging for human transplant tissue as used primarily by tissue banks, now manufactures a Teflon based cryogenic temperature tolerant system of pouches called CryoLoc™.
SuperPower Inc. recently announced that it will partner with Waukesha Electric Systems (Waukesha, Wisconsin) to build a superconducting fault current limiting (SCFL) transformer for the US Department of Energy's Smart Grid demonstration project.
Eden Cryogenics recently hired Kurt Enderle as Manager of Project Coordination.
From Fermilab Today, Special Edition, 12/17/09: In the analysis of new data, scientists from the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search experiment, managed by the Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, have detected two events that have characteristics consistent with the particles that physicists believe make up dark matter.
Wednesday, December 16 marked the end of the first period of operation for the Large Hadron Collider, during which new world records were set and the data-taking process began.
The UK's Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) announced last week that it will withdraw from 25 leading international science projects over the next five years in an effort to make up for a £40 million shortfall in funding.
Air Liquide has announced that is has acquired the Hydrogen Generation Module (HGM) technology from H2Gen Innovations, Inc., based out of Alexandria VA.
Eden Cryogenics has recently moved John Meister into the position of Quality Assurance Manager.