Tuesday, July 19, 2005
University of Colorado faculty members confirmed to the Colorado Daily that CU will join a group led by the University of Texas system and Lockheed Martin in a bid to manage the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL).
"Working with the University of Texas, we formed an LLC to manage the lab called the Los Alamos Alliance, and part of that is the Alliance Academic Network," C. Paul Robinson, head of the Lockheed Martin team, told The Albuquerque Tribune on Tuesday. "We have a list of about 30 universities that have joined us, including Johns Hopkins, the University of Colorado, University of Arizona, University of Michigan, Georgia Tech and others."
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