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Los Alamos National Laboratory Honors Team For Creating Statistical Tool With Procter & Gamble

August 28, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
The Los Alamos National Laboratory awarded its first Richard Feynman Prize for Innovation Achievement to the team that developed the Reliability Technology statistical method for Procter & Gamble. Developed by researchers Michael Hamada, Harold Martz, and their colleagues in partnership with the consumer goods company, Reliability Technology has enabled Procter & Gamble to streamline its manufacturing processes. The research team was honored during the laboratory’s 2013 outStanding innovation Awards reception.
Gary Gerew, "Los Alamos honors team for work with P&G", Albuquerque Business First (New Mexico), August 28, 2013, © American City Business Journals
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