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Graphic with rings around orange/yellow glowing circles: abstract. 08.23.12

Innovation, Security and ScienceExternal link

Director Bill Brinkman describes how the Office of Science is working towards greater energy security in an exclusive interview with International Innovation.pdf file (235KB). Read More »

A snapshot of a helical stack of macryocycles generated in the computer simulation. 08.20.12Article

Rich Rewards for Pore Research

Office of Science supported efforts lead to the creation of stable, self-assembling pores. Read More »

08.14.12Presentations & Testimony

Advanced Scientific Computing Advisory Committee Presentation.pdf file (1020KB)

Advanced Scientific Computing Advisory Committee, presentation by Dr. W. F. Brinkman, Director, Office of Science, U.S. Department of Energy.

A fluorescent micrograph capturing the presence of bacteria (shown in green) on the surface of an emerging Arabidopsis lateral root (plant nuclei shown in blue). 08.13.12Article

Rooted in Wonder

Joint Genome Institute study reveals amazing world underfoot. Read More »

08.13.12From the Labs

Closing in on the Border Between Primordial Plasma and Ordinary MatterExternal link

Energy scan at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) reveals first signs of phase boundary. Read More »

BOSS is capturing accurate spectra for millions of astronomical objects by using 2,000 plug plates that are placed at the Sloan Foundation Telescope's focal plane. Each of the 1,000 holes drilled in a single plug plate captures the light from a specific galaxy, quasar, or other target, and conveys its light to a sensitive spectrograph through an optical fiber. The plates are marked to indicate which holes belong to which bundles of the thousand optical fibers that carry the object's light. 08.09.12From the Labs

Bright Skies and Deep SurveysExternal link

Led by Berkeley Lab scientists, the Sloan Digital Sky Survey's BOSS is bigger than all other spectroscopic surveys combined for measuring the universe's large-scale structure. Read More »

Bright-field TEM images taken at EMSL revealed the structural evolution of the Si-coated carbon fiber nanocomposite’s complex phase transformation during cyclic charging and discharging.08.08.12Article

Building a Better Battery

Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory develops new capabilities to better understand batteries. Read More »

Playing cards constructed as a house of cards08.06.12Stories of Discovery & Innovation

Could Cheaper Gasoline be "in the Cards"?

EFRC researchers develop ingenious house-of-card structures to improve catalyst performance. Read More »

08.06.12Press Release

Department of Energy Awards $62 Million in Contracts to Accelerate Development of 'Extreme Scale' Supercomputers.pdf file (32KB)

Under an initiative called FastForward, the Department of Energy (DOE), Office of Science and the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) have awarded $62 million in research and development (R&D) contracts to five leading companies in high performance computing to accelerate the development of next-generation supercomputers vital to national defense, scientific research, energy security, and the nation's economic competitiveness.

2011 PECASE winners holding their awards standing with DOE leadership on a stage (Ceremony: 8/1/12).08.02.12Article

Applauding Excellence and Achievement

Department of Energy salutes its latest winners of the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers. Read More »

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