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Adam J. Rondinone

Adam Rondinone is an electrochemist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Born in New Hampshire, Rondinone became interested in science as a child. He became acquainted with Oak Ridge after visiting the user facilities to complete experiments for his graduate program at Georgia Tech. This led him to a full-time position at the Laboratory, where he and his team have been creating innovations in nanotechnology, including the development of new types of energy storage and conversion systems.

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