|Idaho State University||Infrastructure||Reactor Upgrades||$91,741|
Idaho State University will modernize radiation detectors, associated
instruments, and the sub-assembly to imcritical prove the ability to
acquire meaningful measurements and reliability of results.
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Infrastructure||Reactor Upgrades||$450,000|
Massachusetts Institute of Technology will purchase two Canberra CAM 200
effluent monitoring systems to replace aging monitors. The safety
upgrade will ensure continued compliance with regulations involving
|Oregon State University||Infrastructure||Reactor Upgrades||$135,636|
Oregon State University will purchase a HPGe gamma-ray detector, four
digital spectrometers, and an additional UPS unit to ensure
uninterrupted counting activity to support the gamma spectroscopy
capabilities at the reactor.
|Reed College||Infrastructure||Reactor Upgrades||$133,000|
Reed College will replace a log power channel, pump station and
demineralizer beds of the primary clean-up loop to ensure continued safe
operation of the reactor.
|Rhode Island Nuclear Science Center||Infrastructure||Reactor Upgrades||$397,000|
Rhode Island Nuclear Science Center will purchase health physics
instrumentation including a stack gas/particulate air monitor and 6
radiation monitor systems to ensure safe operation of the reactor.
|University of Florida||Infrastructure||Reactor Upgrades||$110,050|
University of Florida will replace original control blade drives with
four control blade drives to expedite the resumption of operations of
|University of Texas, Austin||Infrastructure||Reactor Upgrades||$74,013|
The University of Texas, Austin will provide $29,946 in cost share
to purchase a bellows, waterproof radiation monitor, underwater video
system, and portable radiation shields to repair a leak in the bellows
of a beam port to restore structural integrity of the reactor pool.
|Alfred University||Infrastructure||General Scientific Infrastructure||$262,141|
Alfred University will provide $250,000 in cost share and $12,141 in
cost match to purchase a 94 GHz, 10 kW gyrotron with a liquid
cryogen-free superconducting magnet for materials processing and
|Arizona State University||Infrastructure||General Scientific Infrastructure||$146,600|
Arizona State University will purchase an ion-polishing system used for
characterizing nuclear fuels. The system will allow for larger sample
sizes than currently available Focused Ion Beam (FIB) techniques.
|Colorado School of Mines||Infrastructure||General Scientific Infrastructure||$215,372|
Colorado School of Mines will implement a pneumatic sample transfer
capability at the Colorado School of Mines Nuclear Science Laboratory to
transfer irradiated samples for short-lived radionuclide experiments.
|Georgia Institute of Technology||Infrastructure||General Scientific Infrastructure||$250,000|
Georgia Institute of Technology will expand the Radiological Science and
Engineering Laboratory by adding a nuclear fuel irradiation tank,
gamma-ray and neutron detection equipment, and a flow injection analysis
system for use in fuel cycle research.
|The Ohio State University||Infrastructure||General Scientific Infrastructure||$243,454|
The Ohio State University will purchase a digital data acquisition and
detector emulator system to expand advanced instrumentation and control
research and education.
|Oregon State University||Infrastructure||General Scientific Infrastructure||$313,540|
Oregon State University will provide $63,540 in cost match to refurbish
an existing Gamma-Cell 220 with new cobalt-60 source allowing for
extended research on aqueous separation processing.
|University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign||Infrastructure||General Scientific Infrastructure||$191,395|
The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign will expand reactor
materials creep, fatigue and corrosion research by purchasing a steam
generator system, a super cooled neutron detector facility, and
components to construct two creep-fatigue-environment testing
|University of Nevada, Reno||Infrastructure||General Scientific Infrastructure||$189,987|
University of Nevada, Reno will enhance the supercritical water loop
facility by installing X-ray Diffractometer (XRD) to study the oxide
films formed sample surfaces.
|University of Houston||Infrastructure||General Scientific Infrastructure||$172,969|
University of Houston will upgrade their Universal Element Tester to
enhance design and analysis of nuclear containment structures.
|University of Utah||Infrastructure||General Scientific Infrastructure||$121,852|
University of Utah will purchase an isothermal titration
calorimeter (ITC) to measure thermodynamic properties of actinides.
|University of Wisconsin, Madison||Infrastructure||General Scientific Infrastructure||$200,600|
University of Wisconsin, Madison will improve Wisconsin's Ion Beam
Laboratory by purchasing a new implantation chamber and upkeep current
equipment to expand ion implantation productivity and efficient use of
|Virginia Commonwealth University||Infrastructure||General Scientific Infrastructure||$247,541|
Virginia Commonwealth University will purchase a benchtop electron
scanning microscope, X-ray source and associated detectors, and an
electrometer and ion chamber to bolster radiation detection and
measurement and materials science research and education.
|Washington State University||Infrastructure||General Scientific Infrastructure||$109,000|
Washington State University will provide $20,000 in cost share to
purchase a inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy
(ICP-OES) to improve radioanalytical instrumentation for nuclear science