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Argonne Scientists Receive Several R&D 100 Awards for Innovative Technologies

News   Nov 22, 2017 | Original story from Argonne National Laboratory

 
Argonne Scientists Receive Several R&D 100 Awards for Innovative Technologies

Argonne won several R&D 100 Awards for its reusable Oleo Sponge, which can cleaning up oil spills from water and absorb up to 90 times its own weight in oil. Argonne researchers who helped develop the Oleo Sponge include Jeff Elam, Ed Barry, Seth Darling, Jason Avila, Anil Mane and Joe Libera (from left to right). Credit: Argonne National Laboratory

 
 
 

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