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July 11th, 2005

LLNL researchers capture four awards for industrial innovation

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Three teams of LLNL scientists and an individual Livermore scientist who worked with a former Laboratory researcher have won plaques from the trade journal R&D Magazine for being among the top 100 industrial innovations worldwide for 2004. They worked with two industrial collaborators.

Reactive NanoTechnologies of Hunt Valley, Md., LLNL, and Johns Hopkins University shared an R&D 100 award for developing a heat source that enables lead-free soldering and brazing of materials at room temperature. The nanoengineered heat source, dubbed NanoFoil®, heats only the interface being joined and permits large and small components to be metallically bonded with no thermal damage.

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