NEW YORK – The U.S. Dept. of Energy has designated the National Transportation Research Center in Oak Ridge, TN, a national user facility. The designation gives scientists conducting research and development for the transportation industry special access to the facility, which has 12 transportation-related laboratories or user centers. The NTRC in West Knoxville is performing about one-third of the $100 million worth of research projects at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and at the ...

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