A new building will be the home to lab’s energy storage efforts.
Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) and the Max Planck Institute of Plasma Physics in Germany have devised a new method for minimizing turbulence in bumpy donut-shaped experimental fusion facilities called stellarators.
New capabilities improve network speeds between European facilities and U.S. research sites, including Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Brookhaven National Laboratory and Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.
10.24.14 Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have observed the molecular structure of liquid water at a gold surface under different charging conditions.
10.23.14 The National Synchrotron Light Source II detects its first photons, beginning a new phase of the facility's operations. Scientific experiments at NSLS-II are expected to begin before the end of the year.
10.22.14 Leveraging computational science expertise and investments across the laboratory to tackle "big data" challenges.
Argonne National Laboratory has identified the properties of a newer, exceptionally wear-resistant substance that works in a broader range of environments. Read More
A series of detailed genetic studies points scientists to a new way to dramatically increase the accumulation of oil in plant leaves, an abundant source of biomass for fuel production. Read More
With construction completed, the NOvA experiment has begun its probe into the mysteries of ghostly particles that may hold the key to understanding the universe. Read More
Technology could provide a way to deliver probes or drugs to cell structures without outside guidance.
Research led by University of Arizona scientists, shows that a single species of microbe, discovered only recently, is an unexpected key player in climate change.
Astronomers at The Ohio State University have gotten the closest look yet at what happens when a black hole takes a bite out of a star—and the star lives to tell the tale.
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