The prestigious Mendelssohn Award was presented to Dr. Steven Van Sciver, Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Florida State University (FSU) and Program Director at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Tallahassee FL. He is a long-time CSA member and chair of the Boom Award Committee.
Drivetrain Power and Propulsion in North Ryde, New South Wales Australia, has consolidated all of its interest in the United States into the Plain City, Ohio facilities of Eden Cryogenics.
The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL) has received a $17.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation’s Division of Chemistry to build a state-of-the-art magnet system.
Leigh Ann Hoey, President of Scientific Instruments, Inc., was awarded for her achievements as one of the top 50 Women Business Leaders by The Commonwealth Institute (TCI) of Florida.
Wilson Cross, who worked in Fermilab's Cryogenic Department for 30 years, died on June 25. His supervisor, Jay Theilacker, said Wilson was an enthusiastic teacher and fun-loving person.
A superconducting injector being developed at Niowave for the Navy's free electron laser program generated its first beam of photoelectrons on June 9.
The Cryogenic Institute of New England will move operations to a newly purchased, 4,280-square-foot industrial building this summer.
The Japanese institute, RIKEN and the UK's Science and Technologies Facilities Council (STFC) have signed an agreement to extend their research collaboration projects until 2018.
Air Liquide has won the 2010 Best Innovator Award from AT Kearney in collaboration with the French economic daily "Les Echos."
Pier Oddone has been reappointed to a second term as the director of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.
Matt Gimmer has been promoted to the newly created position of LPG Sales Manager at Cavagna North America.
KGSC has approved FIBA Technologies Inc. for renewal of its seamless pressure vessel (ASME) and cylinder (DOT tube) manufacturing license for another three years.
A new exhibit at Fermilab will help visitors understand the applications of accelerators. The "Accelerators for America's Future" exhibit is named after the DOE workshop that took place in October of 2009 and is located on the 15th floor of Wilson Hall.
Essex Cryogenics, St. Louis MO, has been awarded a $5.6 million federal contract.
Researchers from Rice University have developed a new technique for producing bulk quantities of one-atom-thick sheets of carbon called graphene.
Sir Martin and Lady Audrey Wood, co-founders of Oxford Instruments, were chosen for the Lifetime Achievement category at the Oxfordshire Business awards.