University of Washington researchers supported by the Office of Science have created LEDs 10,000 smaller than the thickness of a human hair.
Multidisciplinary ORNL team discovers unexpected effect of heavy hydrogen in organic solar cells.
President’s request to Congress calls for $45M increase for the Office of Science over FY14.
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03.11.14 In an ambitious pilot study launched by the DOE JGI, MSU researchers sought to compare the microbial populations of different soils sampled from Midwestern corn fields, under continuous cultivation for 100 years, with those sourced from pristine expanses of the Great Prairie.
03.10.14 WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz today announced that nine teams of middle and high school students won their regional competitions for the 2014 National Science Bowl this past weekend and are advancing to the National Finals in Washington, D.C., in April.
03.06.14 Using ALCF supercomputers to study the carbon-12 nucleus at an unprecedented level of detail, researchers are uncovering results that will help improve the understanding of subatomic particles.
Scientists at the Ames Laboratory are using the technique to “see” small but potentially significant changes to materials in real time. Read More
Supercomputers give Argonne Lab scientists new insight into the critical transition that drives the creation of corrosive conditions. Read More »
Fermilab researchers have finished a portrait of one of the universe’s fundamental particles. Read More
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