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Brookhaven National Laboratory projects are up for awards

Four projects developed at Brookhaven National Laboratory in

Four projects developed at Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton have been nominated as finalists for awards to be presented this year by a national magazine.

Four projects developed at Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton have been nominated as finalists for awards to be presented this year by a national magazine.

The laboratory's projects were nominated for the R & D 100, a contest honoring technological innovations. Awards, sponsored by Rockaway, New Jersey-based R & D Magazine, will be announced in November at the R & D 100 Awards & Technology Conference in Las Vegas.

The lab's nominees are: the eValuator-3500, an integrated circuit device used in medical imaging; CZT-ElectrodePlus, a nonmetallic electrode contact used to fabricate radiation detectors; the Active Superconducting Fault Current Limited, which protects grid equipment from short circuits, and the Binary Pseudo-Random Calibration Tool, used in surface imaging.

Brookhaven Lab has won more than 30 R & D 100 awards since 1987. Last year, the lab was honored for the Gamma Scout, a type of gamma ray detector.

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