Recognizing expertise Anne Gaffney The INL Fellow and director of Process Science Technology at INL received the 2015 Eugene J. Houdry Award from the North American Catalysis Society. Anne is the first female recipient in the awards 44-year history. She was recognized for developing chemical processes that save time money and the environment. Richard Barney Carlson The INL research engineer performed a study recognized as one of the years top accomplishments for the U.S. DRIVE Vehicle Systems Analysis Tech Team VSATT. A summary of Barneys research on 12-volt auxiliary loads was published by U.S. Council for Automotive Research. Hollie Gilbert INLs historical archaeologist led research at the site of a WWII B-24 bomber crash that will represent Idaho in the National Historic Preservation Acts Making Archaeology Public Project MAPP. The INL site was unanimously chosen from six Idaho sites nominated for the 50th anniversary celebration in 2016. 23 TheTAP reactor lets researchers design advanced catalytic materials that consume far less energy while minimizing byproducts and waste streams.