A team from Oak Ridge National Laboratory and The ExOne Company won an R&D 100 award. This prestigious award recognizes achievements in research and development by selecting teams with highly disruptive products and technologies expected to have profound impacts on industries and the world.
Bredesen Center students Dustin Gilmer and Michelle Lehmann and faculty member Tomonori Saito were among the seven members of the team recognized with this distinction. Their product is a high strength binder system for additive manufacturing.
Congratulations on this outstanding accomplishment!