ICYMI: 8 Los Alamos projects win R&D 100 Awards

‘Oscars of Invention’ honor the best innovations of the past year

February 1, 2022

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Claira Saffe working on the R&D 100 Award-winning quantum-ensured defense of the smart electric grid. David Woodfin, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Eight Los Alamos National Laboratory technologies won R&D 100 Awards, and five inventions received Special Recognition Awards, including a Gold Award for Corporate Social Responsibility, a Gold Award for Battling COVID-19, a Silver Award for Market Disruptor–Product, and Silver and Bronze Awards for Market Disruptor–Services.

“With these eight technology awards and five special recognition awards, we see the broader community continuing to recognize innovation from Los Alamos National Laboratory,” said Laboratory Director Thom Mason. “The people behind these awards are developing solutions to serious problems in big data, polar climates, national security and biothreats. Congratulations to the winners, special recognition awardees and finalists for their outstanding work.”

Read the full Community Connections article to learn about the award winners.