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Department Decides to Deactivate Fftf Fermi Lab Contract Extended for Five Years

By Abraham, Spencer

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Title: Department Decides to Deactivate Fftf Fermi Lab Contract Extended for Five Years  
Author: Abraham, Spencer
Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Energy, Energy and research series
Collections: Department of Energy Collection
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Publisher: Government Printing Office

Excerpt: Researchers Morris Bullock (right) and Prasenjit Ghosh of the Department of Energy?s Brookhaven National Laboratory prepare for an experiment to test a new class of catalysts that they developed with DuPont for converting renewable feedstocks to useful industrial materials. Industrial chemical and fibers are traditionally derived from petroleum- based feedstocks. These plant-based products may offer an economically advantageous, energy-saving, environmentally friendly alternative for DuPont and other chemical and synthetic-fiber manufacturers.


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