Nano Mag Flux Lines BNL

Color-enhanced image of magnetic flux lines around individual nickel nanodots.  (Brookhaven National Laboratory)

The Office of Science has several vehicles to update the public on the latest scientific outcomes of funded projects. The content is available as In the News articles, In Focus articles, and presentations and testimony.

Featured Articles

Researchers have developed a specialized type of glowing metal organic framework, or LMOF (molecular structure at center), that is designed to detect and remove heavy-metal toxins from water. 11.30.16User Facility

Glowing Crystals Can Detect, Cleanse Contaminated Drinking WaterExternal link

X-ray study at Berkeley Lab explores atomic structure of tiny traps for heavy metals. Read More »

X-rays capture unprecedented images of photosynthesis in action. 11.21.16User Facility

X-Rays Capture Unprecedented Images of Photosynthesis in ActionExternal link

Berkeley Lab-led scientists illuminate protein as it splits water to create oxygen. Read More »

Supercomputers provide the computational horsepower to understand single atoms or supernovae. 11.15.16Article

Supercomputers’ Pit Crews

Smart, tough teams help scientists get the best performance from supercomputers to provide the insights needed to understand how everything from clouds to supernovae works. Read More »

Science Headlines

12.02.16From the Labs

PPPL and Max Planck Physicists Confirm the Precision of Magnetic Fields in the Most Advanced Stellarator in the WorldExternal link

Physicist Sam Lazerson of the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) has teamed with German scientists to confirm that the Wendelstein 7-X (W7-X) fusion energy device called a stellarator in Greifswald, Germany, produces high-quality magnetic fields that are consistent with their complex design. Read More »

12.02.16From the Labs

Cooling Technique Helps Researchers “Target” a Major Component for a New ColliderExternal link

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE's) Argonne National Laboratory have recently developed a new ultra-low-friction sliding contact mechanism that uses chilled water to remove heat from a key component of a next-generation collider. Read More »

12.02.16Profile

Udaya Kalluri: A Contagious Enthusiasm for Plant ScienceExternal link

A 10-year scientist in the Biosciences Division at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Kalluri focuses her work around lab programs such as DOE’s BioEnergy Science Center (BESC) to create better biofuels, improve plant productivity, and study beneficial plant-microbe interactions. Read More »

Science Highlights

11.30.16Science Highlight

Giving Friction the Slip with New Carbon Films

Self-healing diamond-like carbon coating could revolutionize lubrication.

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11.30.16Science Highlight

How to 3D Print on the Nanoscale

Electron beam controllably builds micro- and nanoscale structures, enabling new three-dimensional materials.

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11.30.16Science Highlight

Lining up for New High-Density Memory Devices

Unique magnetic coupling found in vertically aligned nanocomposite films shrink devices and let them withstand higher temperatures.

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Presentations & Testimony

04.13.16

DOE Office of Science Update.pdf file (6.3MB)

DOE Office of Science Director Cherry Murray provides an Office of Science Update at the March 2016 Meeting of the American Physical Society.

02.09.16

FY 2017 President’s Budget Request for DOE’s Office of Science.pdf file (7.0MB)

DOE Office of Science Director Cherry Murray presents the details of White House FY 2017 budget request.

03.17.15

Statement of Patricia Dehmer, Acting Director of the Office of Science, Before the House Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy & Water Development.pdf file (60KB)

Acting Director Patricia Dehmer discusses the President’s FY 2016 Budget Request for the Office of
Science in the Department of Energy (DOE).

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