NORTH LOGAN, Utah (AP) — The Utah State University Research Foundation has promoted an executive to lead the organization that oversees laboratories devoted to aerospace and clean-energy technology. The foundation’s new president is Douglas K. Lemon, who was hired 18 months as the organization’s executive vice president and director of laboratories. Previously he was an executive at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Lemon succeeds Oren Phillips, the chairman of the foundation’s board, who has been acting as interim president for the past two years. Phillips replaced a retired president. The Utah State University Research Foundation controls the Space Dynamics Lab, which does work for NASA and the U.S. Department of Defense, and the Energy Dynamics Lab, which does clean-energy research.
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