Tennessee State Representatives Jim Coley (R-Bartlett), John DeBerry, Jr. (D-Memphis), and Bill Sanderson (R-Kenton) visited Oak Ridge National Laboratory yesterday to learn more about the unique partnership between the University, the Lab, and state and federal governments.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory is managed and operated by UT through UT-Battelle with substantial support from the State of Tennessee. The University’s venture with Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) yields world-leading expertise in the areas of high-performance computing, materials research, and nanotechnology. Together, the University and Lab are making major strides in science and economic development.
ORNL is the U.S. Department of Energy’s largest multiprogram science and energy laboratory, with scientific and technical capabilities spanning from basic to applied research.
We thank Representatives Coley, DeBerry, and Sanderson for spending the day at the Lab and on the UTK campus, learning more about UT’s statewide research enterprise and its impact on Tennesseans and their future.Tags: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, ORNL, UT Research