Post Tagged with: "Oak Ridge National Lab"

UT researchers have created a mass grave at the university's Forensic Anthropology Center, also known as the "body farm." They're using spectral imagery and and a laser scanning technology known as LIDAR to examine how the burial site will change over a three year period. Image: University of Tennessee

Tennessee Lab Uses Lasers From The Sky To Find Unmarked Graves

by / on January 2, 2014

Technology from Tennessee’s Oak Ridge National Lab could one day help in the discovery of war crimes or genocide. Researchers are looking for new ways to detect unmarked graves.

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Titan Supercomputer Learns to Go Green from Video Games

Titan Supercomputer Learns to Go Green from Video Games

by / on December 31, 2012

The Titan supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Lab was named the fastest in the world in November. And now it’s being recognized for being one of the most efficient machines on the planet.

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ORNL Working to Charge Cars On the Fly

ORNL Working to Charge Cars On the Fly

by / on September 17, 2012

Oak Ridge National Lab has been working on getting rid of power cords for all kinds of chargeable devices. Scientists are now close to commercializing wireless chargers for electric cars.

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