Mid-Continent

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Mid-Continent

Spanning 14 states and with over 100 federal laboratories and facilities connecting the heartland of America, the Mid-Continent Region is the largest of the six FLC regions. Laboratories in the Mid-Continent Region perform cutting-edge research for agencies that include the Department of Defense (DOD), Department of Energy (DOE), and Department of Agriculture (USDA), to name a few.

Numerous technologies transferred from the Mid-Continent Region have been leveraged to address societal needs, promote economic development and growth, and enhance U.S. competitiveness in the global marketplace. Get to know the FLC Mid-Continent regional laboratories and successes by exploring the site to learn about the activities, programs, and events it has to offer.

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Ad Hoc Selection for Voice Over Internet Streams

Distributing audio streams in the form of encrypted data packets NASA seeks interested parties to license the Ad Hoc Selection for Voice Over Internet (VoIP) Streams technology developed by engineers at Johnson Space Center. This technology features the ability to select specific audio streams from...
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Los Alamos National Laboratory Tech Expo

The Los Alamos National Laboratory Tech Expo connects government and industry to collaborate on mission requirements and technology solutions. This event, which is open and free to all LANL personnel, provides an opportunity to see the latest in emerging technologies and network with industry...
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#ThisIsGovtech Webinar Series: Access & Accessibility for All!

What is govtech? It is new technologies that empower government employees, improve public services, and make a real difference in everything from the housing crisis to climate change. It is a growing market worth over $400 billion that is attracting a new generation of technologists, designers and...
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'CONTENDER'

The cultivar has the desired traits of high oleic chemistry, and enhanced pod and seed size. The cultivar was developed for optimal performance in Oklahoma and Texas.

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