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A male fertility system, hydrogen fuel cell technology used to power ferries and a small reactor that will produce medical isotopes are among technologies that evolved from work at Sandia National Laboratories and are now being developed commercially.
Because of those efforts, the Albuquerque-based laboratories won four national Federal Laboratory Consortium awards for technology transfer.
“Each year they run an awards competition to identify the best of the best,” said Jackie Kerby Moore, Sandia’s manager of Technology and Economic Development and the labs’ consortium representative. “It’s a highly competitive process.”
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