Cooperative Research and Development Agreement Activities
CX(s) Applied: B3.6, B3.10, B3.11
Location(s): Tennessee, California, California, Virginia
Offices(s): Oak Ridge Office
Actions associated with the Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADAs) include, but would not be limited to, (1) demonstrating processes for production of various material components to be used by industries and the private sector; (2) providing expertise, experience, facilities, and equipment for working with and developing new processes and technologies; (3) evaluating and testing new materials, equipment, and components; (4) analyzing and testing materials to increase understanding of important manufacturing technologies and processing parameters; (5) demonstrating the feasibility of new products and processing technologies; (6) testing and demonstrating cost-effective, high-volume, environmentally responsible processing technologies; (7) developing new capabilities for fabricating instrumentation relevant to environmental monitoring, proliferation detection, etc.; (8) developing and improving computer and data processing systems hardware and software applications; (9) using theoretical and computational capabilities to model problems of industrial interest; and (10) demonstrating, developing, and verifying appropriate cost-effective sample process technologies.