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07.30.14 Scientists at the The University of Texas at Austin and Oak Ridge National Laboratory, have developed the first of a new class of pseudocapacitor that may eventually lead to devices that can store electricity more densely and charge/discharge more quickly than current pseudocapacitors.
07.29.14 Researchers at North Carolina State University using statistical tools to map social connections in prairie dogs have uncovered relationships that escaped traditional observational techniques, shedding light on prairie dog communities that may help limit the spread of bubonic plague and guide future conservation efforts.
07.29.14 Physicists at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Cornell University, and Brookhaven Lab have identified the “quantum glue” that underlies a promising type of superconductivity — a crucial step towards the creation of energy superhighways that conduct electricity without current loss.
MIT researchers discover water condensing and jumping from a superhydrophobic surface can be harnessed to produce electricity. Read More
Four researchers celebrate the 40th birthday of Berkeley Lab’s supercomputing center by sharing stories of its illuminating science. Read More »
SLAC, Stanford advance will benefit thousands of computational studies in wide range of fields. Read More
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