Senator Ben Luján Secures Motion In Support of United States National Labs

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First published 5 May 2022 on Los Alamos Daily Post

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U.S. SENATE News:

WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.)… [urged] the Congressional conferees of the Bipartisan Innovation Bill to support National Laboratories and the Department of Energy. Following the Senator’s speech and consideration by the Senate, Luján’s bipartisan motion was passed.



“Our National Labs are a research crown jewel, and countries like China are taking notice of our progress, Luján said. As China works to build out their own national lab network modeled after our DOE labs, inaction would leave the U.S. at risk of being rapidly outpaced,” Luján said.

[Text] of the Senator’s remarks as prepared can be found below:

The Senate-passed US Innovation and Competition Act includes nearly $17 billion to support research, development, and supply chain support at the Department of Energy national laboratories, including key technology areas, such as high-performance computing, advanced energy technologies, artificial intelligence, quantum information science, and advanced manufacturing. The House bill also includes robust support for our national labs.

This strong investment is critical to maintaining and strengthening U.S. competitiveness and security – especially as global R&D expenditures rise in these transformative industries.

Our National Labs are a research crown jewel, and countries like China are taking notice of our progress. In fact, China is working to build out their own national lab network modeled after our DOE labs. Inaction would leave the U.S. at risk of being rapidly outpaced. . . .

Luján Speaks On Senate Floor, Secures Motion In Support Of National Labs

 

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  1. While the academics and government were busy spending millions, two non-HS grads with a bicycle shop designed, built and flew, the first airplane. They hated that and refused to observe their accomplishment , so they went to France and the rest is history. The guy they got the engine from also a non-grad. The periodic table came in a dream not a lab. The Father of micro-biology likewise never attended formal ed. Typewriter and equatorial sextant produced by a non-academic.
    The Father of American literature quit at 11, and I was required to read his book at 16. Henry Ford quit at 15, and George Eastman at 16. UPS started by (2) 16 year olds on bikes. What can brown do for you ? The list is very long. Ideas do not require education, in fact the eveidence shows organic is best, then the academics can polish it for production. The very process, discourages fresh ideas.

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