First results from collisions of three-particle ions with gold nuclei reveal clear-cut evidence of primordial soup's signature particle flow.
Accelerating positrons with plasma is a step toward smaller and cheaper particle colliders.
Warmer-than-usual waters in North Atlantic contribute to both phenomena.
09.04.15 A team of scientists led by PNNL has developed a mathematical framework that provides guidance to how global climate models can more accurately simulate the behavior of the all-important jet stream.
09.03.15 A set of automated calibration techniques for tuning residential and commercial building energy efficiency software models to match measured data is now available as an open source code.
09.03.15 Scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Karl-Franzens University in Austria show how clusters funnel atoms to create oxygen pools that benefit biofuels, fuel cells, and sensors.
X-ray laser experiment at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory reveals never-before seen neural messaging details which could help in designing new drugs for brain disorders. Read More
Researchers at EMSL study the components and inhabitants of soil communities, gathering data to better understand and model how factors – agriculture, climate changes, ecosystems activities – change soil chemistry. Read More »
Scientists used the Titan supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory to create a 100-million-atom simulation of a chromatophore, providing an unprecedented look at how bacteria harvest light for food. Read More
William and Mary researchers are studying the mysteries of ghost particles known as neutrinos through the NOvA experiment, which is managed by DOE’s Fermilab.
Map created by a team of researchers including those at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, the University of Maryland and the University of Hawaii, should be useful in providing a picture of the Earth’s radioactivity and revealing processes within the lower crust and mantle.
New work from a team including three Carnegie scientists demonstrates that different magnesium compounds could be abundant inside other planets as compared to Earth.
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