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R&D100 Editor Awards for Carbon Nanotubes Goes to Hyung Gyu Park and Colleagues at LLNL

Written by Bob Hirschfeld
November 24, 2010

Hyung Gyu Park
Hyung Gyu Park and Francesco Fornasiero won an Editors Award for their work on carbon nanotubes. Photo by Bob Hirschfeld.
For the second consecutive year, LLNL has won a coveted Editors Award at the annual R&D100 Awards presentation, sponsored by R&D Magazine. This year, the honor went to Hyung Gyu Park—an InterNano contributor—and Francesco Fornasiero, for their work developing nanostructured membranes for water purification. The technology has been licensed to Porifera, Inc. of Hayward. Other members of the team who were unable to attend the award ceremony include Olgica Bakajin, Jason Holt, Sangil Kim and Aleksandr Noy.


Only three Editors Awards are given out of the 100 awards.

This is the second year in a row that that Lab has won an Editors Award. In 2009, the award went to the team working on the artificial retina.

In all, the Lab received six awards at a black tie ceremony in Orlando, Florida on Thursday evening. LLNL's other winning entries were: Energy Monitor for Ultrahigh-Brightness X-Ray Pulses; High Performance Strontium Iodide Scintillator for Gamma Ray Spectroscopy; MEMS-based Adaptive Optics Optical Coherance Tomography; GATOR: Grating Actuated Transient Optical Recorder; and SRaDS: Statistical Radiation Detection System.

The Lab has now captured a total of 135 R&D 100 awards.

Image credit and Source: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Last updated: November 24, 2010
 

Tags: Fundamental Science, Carbon nanotube (CNT)

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