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CRREL Science and Technology Symposium showcases future scientists’ contributions
CRREL Science and Technology Symposium showcases future scientists’ contributions
8/11/2017 4:48:00 PM
A U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory team recently ran a relay from the White Mountains to the coast of New Hampshire, covering a distance of approximately 200 miles. The team, participating in the Reebok Ragnar Reach The Beach Relay, battled sore legs and sleep deprivation running 203 miles, covering the distance in 27 hours, 42 minutes finishing 60th out of a total 475 teams participating.
In photo, (L to R):  CRREL team members that reached the beach recently as part of a relay event include Jared Oren, Zoe Courville, Loren Wehmeyer, Chris LeGrand (husband of CRREL researcher), Brendan West, Dan Breton, Arnold Song, Garrett Hoch, Julie Parno, Matt Parno and Sandra Jones (not pictured).
CRREL team reaches the beach
11/1/2016 11:27:00 AM
ERDC-EL Research Biologist Dr. Kathleen Perales received the American Academy for Park and Recreation Administration’s (AAPRA) highest recognition in the United States for outstanding contributions to the promotion and development of recreation, parks and conservation, the Cornelius Amory Pugsley Medal, at an award ceremony Sept. 17 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Dr. Brett Wright, left, interim dean, College of Health, Education and Human Development; Clemson University, and Ron Dodd, Pugsley committee chair, (AAPRA) made the presentation
EL’s Perales lauded for park and recreation contributions
10/29/2015 11:40:00 AM
In a refrigerated room at the ERDC Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory’s Ice Engineering Facility, Snow Logic, a developer of snowmaking technologies recently compared snow guns for performance.
It snows in July at CRREL
8/4/2014 3:13:00 PM
Robo-Ninja team members, coaches, and families look on as their robot performs during the winning table run.
Lego Team 1
1/18/2013 11:49:00 AM
GSL houses the world’s most powerful centrifuge, supporting research investigations under a wide range of climatic conditions. Models can be subjected to range of gravity from 1-350 gs.
GSL Centrifuge 1
1/3/2013 8:53:00 AM
Explosion is set off, part of the recent Deployable Force Protection demonstration at Fort Polk, La.
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1/2/2013 5:53:00 PM
Student researcher Elizabeth Rayfield (left), a sophomore at Mississippi State University, shows scouts and leaders how the endurance of juvenile paddlefish is measured.
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1/2/2013 5:23:00 PM
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