Like mother, like son. In May 2016, Krishna “Kris” Niyogi, who grew up in Oak Ridge, was elected to the National Academy of Sciences. Eighteen years earlier, in 1998, his mother Audrey, who worked at Oak Ridge Lab for 44 years, was also elected to the academy. Kris is a researcher with the Lab’s Molecular Biophysics and Integrated Bioimaging Division. More>
Hawley previously was a principal at the Dewey Square Group, developing the firm’s West Coast sustainable energy practice. Prior to that, he developed and managed the multi-state advocacy program for TechNet, represented emerging growth companies in Silicon Valley as a corporate attorney, and served as legislative director for former U.S. House Democratic Leader Dick Gephardt.
Chanin King, from the Advanced Light Source’s Center for X-Ray Optics, received a Hero Card for working with his colleague, Warren Holcomb, to properly track and handle unlabeled waste. He was further rewarded when he won this quarter’s raffle. More>