Boron is the basis of two patented technologies developed by Jefferson Lab. One is a boron-based nanotube material capable of maintaining its unique properties in extreme environments, and the second is a construction and slab material providing neutron shielding for applications in research, nuclear power and proton therapy.
Jefferson Lab’s accelerator technology highlights:
Jefferson Lab FEL Wins R&D 100 Award
Jefferson Lab Accelerator Science
Jefferson Lab completes 12 GeV Upgrade
LCLS-II and Jefferson Lab
Exploring Accelerators for Flue Gas Treatment
Jefferson Lab world leadership in accelerator technologies is critical to research in high-energy physics, nuclear physics, nuclear astrophysics, life sciences and materials science. It also has applications in isotope production, environmental remediation, and security.
New cryogenics technologies available for licensing
Proven energy and cost-saving "Ganni Cycle" technology available for licensing - Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more information.
Jefferson Lab Cryogenics Helps NASA with James Webb Telescope
Jefferson Lab Cryogenics Save Money at RHIC
Jefferson Lab is a leader in cryogenics technology and has developed and licensed a process for these large scale refrigeration systems that saves power for research facilities that use them, revolutionizing the way helium cryogenic (refrigeration) plants work and reducing electricity consumption while improving performance.