In our first episode we talk with two special guests. Sean Noble is a chemical engineer at SRNL who recently highlighted his work in advanced computer modeling at the National Research SLAM in Washington, D.C. Sean explains how his research increased safety and productivity while reducing costs associated with the mixing and transporting of liquid waste. Susie Ferrara is manager of the Cold War Preservation Program at the Savannah River Site. She has unique knowledge of SRNL, having worked at the Savannah River Site and with SRNL for more than 35 years. Susie is also the daughter of one of the first scientists who worked at Savannah River Site during its construction. She shares what it’s been like to work at Savannah River Site, discusses pioneering researchers, and pink Cadillacs!