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Government Matters with Paul Ohodnicki

DOE scientist honored for developing energy-monitoring sensor

Paul Ohodnicki, a materials scientist at the National Energy Technology Lab (NETL), discusses his work on advanced sensors designed to monitor U.S. energy levels.

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Government Matters with Jovan

Sammies finalists improve the air pollution screening process, save millions

Sarah Jovan, research ecologist for the Pacific Northwest Research Station at the U.S. Forest Service, discusses her work on air pollution. Jovan and her colleague Geoffrey Donovan are finalists (in the Promising Innovations category) for a 2017 Service to America Medal.

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Government Matters with Stayce Beck

FDA team helped greenlight first-generation artificial pancreas

Stayce Beck, chief of the Diabetes Diagnostics Devices Branch at the FDA, discusses her work on the first automated insulin delivery device in the world. Some refer to it as a first-generation artificial pancreas.

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Government Matters with Rory Cooper

Veteran honored for breakthrough work helping the disabled

Rory Cooper, director of human engineering research laboratories at the Department of Veterans Affairs, discusses the work that won him a 2017 nomination for the Service to America Medals.

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Government Matters with Hanwant Singh

NASA scientist honored for career researching air pollution

Hanwant Singh, senior scientist at NASA Ames Research Center, discusses his 30-plus-year career in air pollution research and his nomination for a Service to America Medals award in the Career Achievement category.

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Government Matters with Hanwant Singh

NASA scientist honored for career researching air pollution

Hanwant Singh, senior scientist at NASA Ames Research Center, discusses his 30-plus-year career in air pollution research and his nomination for a Service to America Medals award in the Career Achievement category.

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Government Matters with Flora Jordan

Sammies finalist designed new generation of protective gear for Marines

Flora Jordan, an engineer with Marine Corps Systems Command, is a Sammies finalist in the promising innovations category. She discussed her work on a new generation of USMC protective gear.

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Government Matters with Flora Jordan

Sammies finalist designed new generation of protective gear for Marines

Flora Jordan, an engineer with Marine Corps Systems Command, is a Sammies finalist in the promising innovations category. She discussed her work on a new generation of USMC protective gear.

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