Boosting Innovation Through Technology Transfer
Senator Heinrich highlights the Microlab Technology Commercialization Act, a bill he introduced to accelerate technology transfer by establishing off-campus microlabs that would serve as the "front-door" to national laboratories.
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U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich discusses the role the national labs would play with regard to verification under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action for Iran's Nuclear Program.
U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich meets with A. Eric Alvarez, the current Secretary to the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission, in his Washington, D.C. office.
Senator Heinrich serves on the Migratory Bird Conservation Commission, which was established in 1929 by the passage of the Migratory Bird Conservation Act. The Commission was created and authorized to consider and approve areas of land and/or water recommended by the Secretary of the Interior for purchase or rental by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, as well as establish new waterfowl refuges.
At 2:00 p.m. on Monday, following any Leader remarks, the Senate will resume consideration of S. 178, Justice for Victims of Human Trafficking. At 5:00 p.m., the Senate will consider the nomination of George C. Hanks, Jr., of Texas, to be U.S. District Judge for the Southern District of Texas. There will be 30 minutes for debate equally divided. Upon the use or yielding back of time (approximately 5:30 p.m.) the Senate will vote on confirmation.