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SLAC’s Ultrafast ‘Electron Camera’ Visualizes Ripples in 2-D MaterialExternal link

New research led by scientists from the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University shows how individual atoms move in trillionths of a second to form wrinkles on a three-atom-thick material. Read More »

Theodore Betley (top right), a Harvard University scientist who is catalyzing transformations for chemicals and students.09.10.15ARTICLE

Catalysts on the Cusp of Coming Apart

First in a series of profiles on the recipients of DOE’s Office of Science early career awards: Theodore Betley, a Harvard University scientist who is catalyzing transformations for chemicals and students. Read More »

Rice University 09.09.15University Research

For 2-D Boron, It’s All About That BaseExternal link

Rice University scientists have theoretically determined that the properties of atom-thick sheets of boron depend on where those atoms land. Read More »

University of Nebraska-Lincoln 09.09.15University Research

New Study Points Way to 'Filming' Molecule-Light InteractionsExternal link

A new study from University of Nebraska-Lincoln physicists could inform the future production of 3-D movies starring light-driven molecular reactions that already play leading roles in photosynthesis, vision and many state-of-the-art technologies. Read More »

Princeton University 09.09.15University Research

Summer Interns Get Research Experience at PPPLExternal link

Twenty-five undergraduates from colleges across the country spent this summer at the laboratory as interns, working on projects ranging from figuring out how to remotely steer a set of mirrors that will be built into the upcoming ITER fusion machine to studying how nanoparticles grow inside plasmas. Read More »

New Hampshire University 09.08.15University Research

Crop Rotation Boosts Soil Microbes, Benefits Plant GrowthExternal link

In the first study of its kind, new research from the University of New Hampshire shows that crop rotations, in isolation from other management factors, can increase the functions performed by soil microbial communities that benefit plant growth. Read More »

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 09.08.15University Research

Physics Professor Shawn-Yu Lin Breaks New Ground in Thermal Radiation Revolutionary Discovery Could Advance Solar Energy ConversionExternal link

Nano-photonics expert and physics professor Shawn-Yu Lin has discovered a new type of thermal radiation—in between the two extremes of blackbody radiation and laser light—that could contribute to a cheaper, easier solution for converting sunlight to electricity. Read More »


Fortifying Computer Chips for Space TravelExternal link

Berkeley Lab's particle accelerator blasts microprocessors with high-energy beams to toughen them up. Read More »

Chicago University 09.04.15University Research

Microscopic Animals Inspire Innovative Glass ResearchExternal link

Inspired by water bears, researchers at the University of Chicago have created glasses where there is some well-defined organization, as well as the origin of that organization. Read More »


Nailing Down the Jet StreamExternal link

A team of scientists led by PNNL has developed a mathematical framework that provides guidance to how global climate models can more accurately simulate the behavior of the all-important jet stream. Read More »

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