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Want to partner with Oak Ridge? Now’s your chance


Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) hosts a small business outreach event featuring a look at the differences between working with federal agencies and Managing & Operating Contracts.

John Hale, director of the Department of Energy Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization, will speak.

Local and state agencies will be available to discuss business opportunities and ORNL staff will host workshops on contract types and construction work.

When: Wednesday, Nov. 16 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Where: ORNL Conference Center

Registration required at the ORNL Small Business Office website.

For more information, contact Cassandra Stuart at [email protected] or Robert Scott at [email protected].


Pictured: Next-generation manufacturing takes on a 50-year-old icon as ORNL researchers transform this classic sports car into a 3-D printed laboratory on wheels. The 3-D printed Shelby Cobra incorporates “plug and play” components such as new engine, battery and fuel cell technologies; hybrid system designs and power electronics and wireless charging systems, allowing researchers to easily and quickly test out innovative ideas in a driving laboratory. Industry partners, including Cincinnati Incorporated, TruDesign, Techmer and many others were instrumental in the successful execution of this project.

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