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This image shows over a million luminous galaxies at redshifts indicating times when the universe was between seven and eleven billion years old01.26.12Article

New Mariners and a Massy Map

Researchers at Berkeley Lab make most accurate calculation of the stuff in the universe.
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The protozoan Plasmodium falciparum gliding through a cell in the gut of a mosquito01.24.12Article

A Step Closer to Arresting a Killer

Office of Science research reveals a potential new target against malaria.
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01.20.12Press Release

Regional Competitions Begin for the 22nd Annual National Science Bowl

Regional competitions of the 22nd Annual U.S. Department of Energy National Science Bowl will kickoff tomorrow, Saturday, January 21.
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Microcapsules, filled with liquid metal, sit on a gold conductive layer. 01.18.12From the Labs

Battery Heal ThyselfExternal link

Researchers at Argonne National Lab designing batteries that can survive daily damage and accidental assaults.
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01.11.12Press Release

President Obama Names Scientists Mildred Dresselhaus and Burton Richter as the Enrico Fermi Award Winners

President Obama names the winners of one of the oldest and most prestigious science and technology honors bestowed by the U.S. Government.
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Berkeley Lab scientist and 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics winner, Saul Perlmutter 01.09.12DOE Webcast

Watch Live: A Notable Win and a Nobel Webcast

Tune in Friday, January 13th, at 10:00 a.m. to energy.gov for a special presentation by Dr. Saul Perlmutter, a scientist at Berkeley Lab and winner of the 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics. Read More »

Teams from Fermilab and Berkeley Lab used galaxies from wide-ranging SDSS Stripe 82, a tiny detail of which is shown here, to plot new maps of dark matter based on the largest direct measurements of cosmic shear to date. 01.09.12From the Labs

Clearest Picture Yet of Dark Matter Points the Way to Better Understanding of Dark EnergyExternal link

Scientists at Fermilab and Berkeley Lab build the biggest maps of dark matter yet, using methods that will improve ground-based surveys.
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Electron microscopic tomogram of dividing cells of the green sulfur bacterium Chlorobaculum tepidum with chlorosomes rendered in false color. 01.06.12Stories of Discovery & Innovation

A Step Toward Artificial Photosynthesis

EFRC researchers construct an artificial version of a bacterium's light-absorbing "antenna." Read More »

Atomic force microscope (AFM) micrograph of arrays niobium islands (red) on gold underlayer (yellow)01.01.12Science Highlights

Tailored Materials Containing Superconductor Islands May Lead to Improved Electronic Materials

Arrays of superconducting islands open up the possibility for tailor-made properties and functionality. Read More »

Quaternary ammonium oxidative demethylation: X-ray crystallographic, resonance Raman, and UV-Visible spectroscopic analysis of a Rieske-type demethylase.01.01.12Science Highlights

Combining Tools to Understand Enzyme Function

New insights into metal ions at an enzyme’s active site. Read More »

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