Top 10 Science & Technology Research Labs in the world
Research Labs often have enormous missions: ensure the safety of the nation’s nuclear weapons and address the challenges of energy and solve environmental problems. These targets seem to be bigger for the average IT organization that focuses on maintaining corporate IT or building cloud infrastructure.
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The V-shaped building strengthens the boundary of the tri-site site and incorporates two wings of a program of technical and administrative spaces, which surround the central courtyard. The “public” and “private” hole of the building’s goods on the entrance of the double-height, in which allow a long and spectacular rotation between the rim floors.
9.The European Southern Observatory’s
The European Southern Observatory is a 16-nation intergovernmental research institute for ground-based astronomy. Created in 1962, the ESA has provided astronomers with the latest research facilities and entry into the southern sky.
8.Simula Research Laboratory
A total of 22 posts in ICT Research will be dedicated to the Doctoral position and for ICT security in Domestic Universities and Educational Institutions. Apart from the planned increase in this academic capacity: In 2018 500 additional ICT students can be educated in the Norwegian educational institutions, which can add full capacity to 5000 students.
7.The Thomas J. Watson Research Center
Thomas J. The Watson Research Center is the IBM Research Center. The center has two sites at Yorkshire Heights, 38 miles north of New York City, with its main laboratory in New York and the office in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
6.Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL)
Brookhaven National Laboratory is the United States Department of Energy National Laboratory, which is located in Long Island, Upton, New York, and formally in the United States in 1947. The ex-former army camp was established at the place of Opin.
5.Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (TJNAF)
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jefferson Lab) US One of the 17 national laboratories funded by the Department of Energy. The lab is supported by the Newport News City and the Commonwealth of Virginia. The primary goal of the lab is to manage the fundamental research of the atomic center using the special particle accelerator of the laborator, which is known as the continuous electron beam accelerator facilitator (CEAFAF). The Jefferson Lab uses its free-electron laser to do various research, which is based on the same electron-velocity technology used by CEAFA.
4.The Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT)
The Center for Integrated Nanotechnology is a division of the NNG-funded nanoscience research facility, which focuses on the integration of nanoscience in a partner, multidisciplinary environment, in which students from around the world are provided with the skills of art skills and instrumentation.
3.Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Is an American multiprogram science and technology national laboratory sponsored by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, US Department of Energy and administered, operated, operated, operated and operated by the Federal Fund Based Research and Development Center (FFRDC) under the agreement with the DOE. ORNL is the largest science and energy national laboratory in the energy system segment and by the annual budget. ORNL is located in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, near Knoxville. Scientific science programs of ORNL focus on content, neutron science, energy, high performance computing, systems biology and national security.
2.Argonne National Laboratory
Argonne National Laboratory is a National Laboratory of Science and Engineering Research, run by Chicago Argonne LLC University for the United States Department of Energy located near Illinois, Lemont, Chicago.
1.Los Alamos National Laboratory
Los Alamos National Laboratory is the United States Department of Energy National Laboratory, which was initially organized for the design of nuclear weapons during World War II as part of the Manhattan Project.
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