GSL’s SOS team wins the 2020 Impact Award from the Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer

February 4, 2020

Science on a Sphere (SOS) Explorer

Science on a Sphere (SOS) Explorer

The NOAA Global Systems Laboratory’s Science on a Sphere (SOS) Explorer™ and SOS Explorer™ Mobile team has been chosen as the 2020 recipient of the Impact Award from the Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC). SOS Explorer and SOS Explorer Mobile were developed by a NOAA Global Systems Laboratory team that includes Eric Hackathorn, Hilary Peddicord (CIRES), Beth Russell (CIRES), Jonathan Joyce (CIRES) and Keith Searight (CIRA).

SOS Explorer™ and SOS Explorer™ Mobile are also featured in the FLC calendar for June 2020.

The FLC is the Congressionally-mandated organization that educates, promotes, and facilitates Federal Technology Transfer for more than 300 federal laboratories. The FLC Impact Award honors employees of FLC member laboratories and non-laboratory staff whose technology transfer efforts have made a lasting and tangible impact on the populace or marketplace, ranging from a local to a global scale.

The FLC is the Congressionally-mandated organization that educates, promotes, and facilitates Federal Technology Transfer for more than 300 federal laboratories. The FLC Impact Award honors employees of FLC member laboratories and non-laboratory staff whose technology transfer efforts have made a lasting and tangible impact on the populace or marketplace, ranging from a local to a global scale.

Science on a Sphere (SOS) Explorer

Science on a Sphere (SOS) Explorer

For more information contact: Susan Cobb 303-497-5093