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Upcoming Friday Programs - ONLINE

ETEC’s goal is to meet virtually until we can be together again on Friday mornings.
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VIRTUAL CONVERSATION SERIES

Friday, May 8, 2020
7:30 - 8:30 a.m.

Indya Kincannon
Mayor, City of Knoxville

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ATTENDEES MUST REGISTER TO ATTEND:
https://tennessee.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEocu6vqj0jE9DW6RCgAMVqYQ7aPO0r8mMg

We will use the Zoom Conferencing platform again this week. Attendees will be visible unless they choose to turn off their video.

Please Note: Your video camera and microphone will be active when you enter the meeting. You can choose to turn off your camera and microphone once you are in the "room". In order to allow for attendees to interact, the Zoom session will be open from 7:15 a.m. – 8:45 a.m. The meeting will begin at 7:30 a.m.

New Feature: If you are interested in using a breakout room for a private meeting with other attendees, please let us know. Email Tracy with questions.

We look forward to seeing you on Friday morning!

Future Virtual Meetings

May 15 - Marsha Blackburn, U.S. Senator (starts @ 8:30)
May 22 - No ETEC, Memorial Day Weekend
May 29 - Board of Directors
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Meeting Sponsor

Thank you to Mesa Associates for sponsoring the Friday morning meetings in May.
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Virtual Events

May 7 - Scott Ins: Getting Back to Business-Critical Insights from Healthcare Professionals
May 7 - MERRICK: Using Elements of Public Health Risk Assessment to Define ‘Returning to Work’ Strategies Under COVID-19
May 8 - What’s The CARES Act? Webinar Series
May 12 - TSBDC: How to do business with the government, Part 1 / WEBINAR
May 13 - NCATS: Accelerating Innovation-NCATS Funding for Small Businesses in Biotech and Life Sciences
May 14 - TSBDC: How to do business with the government, Part 2 / WEBINAR
May 22 - What’s The CARES Act? Webinar Series
May 29 - TSBDC: Small Business Start-Up Seminar

News

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ORNL Contract Extension Valued at Up to $8 Billion

The five-year non-competitive contract extension at Oak Ridge National Laboratory has an estimated value of up to $8 billion, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. The DOE Office of Science has explained why it did not have a full, open competition for the extension.
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A Nuclear Power Side Venture: Medical Isotope Production

Earlier this year, nuclear technology giant Framatome and power sector lifecycle management service company Kinectrics launched an Ontario-based joint venture, Isogen, whose mission is to enable the use of CANDU reactors to produce critically needed medical isotopes.
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Knoxville Chamber Releases Five-Year Strategic Plan

After hundreds of conversations over the past year with stakeholders to ascertain their needs and aspirations for the community broadly defined, the Knoxville Chamber has announced its new five-year strategic vision titled the “Path to Prosperity.”
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DOE’s Chris Fall - A Virtual National Lab to Counter Coronavirus

As director of the Office of Science at the US DOE since 2018, Chris Fall oversees most of the 17 national laboratories. Today the assets of those labs have become focused largely on the worldwide effort to counter the SARS-CoV-2 virus
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ARC, Centrus Energy Sign Letter of Intent for HALEU Supply

Advanced Reactor Concepts, LLC, (ARC) and Centrus Energy Corp. intend to cooperate in supporting deployment of U.S. uranium enrichment capacity to produce High Assay, Low Enriched Uranium, an advanced nuclear fuel that could power both existing and next-generation nuclear reactors.
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ORAU Awards Annual Extreme Classroom Makeover Prize

Amy Buchanan encourages students at Union Grove Elementary School to imagine a world of science, technology, engineering and math; but ORAU wanted to fix that. ORAU surprised Buchanan at her house with $25,000 for new classroom technology. Now students will explore, touch and see the STEM classroom they’ve imagined.
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