ORNL’s user facilities offer a diverse set of tools for experiments across a range of fields, including biology, materials and energy sciences, physics, engineering, and chemistry. Learn more about ORNL’s user facilities. Data reflects fiscal year 2020 except for scientific publications, which covers 2016–2020. Partner stories reflect work conducted from 2016 to present.
ORNL holds a cooperative R&D agreement with Brayton Energy to develop an additively manufactured ceramic composite turbine nozzle. ORNL and Brayton also collaborate on turbomachinery and materials research into metals, ceramics, and ceramic-matrix composites.
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