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03.21.13FROM THE LABS

Building the Massive Simulation Sets Essential to Planck ResultsExternal link

Using NERSC supercomputers, Berkeley Lab scientists generate thousands of simulations to analyze the flood of data from the Planck mission. Read More »

A group of students and a teacher holding a banner.03.20.13Article

The Final Brackets Are Being Set . . . For a Competition Like No Other

Two more teams joined the tourney of National Science Bowl finalists. See the newest winners, and return for future updates here.

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03.20.13FROM THE LABS

Breakthrough Research Shows Chemical Reaction in Real TimeExternal link

Menlo Park, Calif. — The ultrafast, ultrabright X-ray pulses of the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) have enabled unprecedented views of a catalyst in action, an important step in the effort to develop cleaner and more efficient energy sources. Read More »

A group of students and a teacher holding a banner.03.11.13Article

Spring‘ing’ Forward Into the Finals . . . Of A Competition Like No Other

Several more schools leaped over their competitors to become winners of this weekend’s National Science Bowl regional competitions. See the newest finalists, and return for future updates here:

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03.08.13FROM THE LABS

Long Predicted Atomic Collapse State Observed in GrapheneExternal link

Berkeley Lab researchers recreate elusive phenomenon with artificial nuclei. Read More »

03.07.13FROM THE LABS

Final Magnet Girders Installed at NSLS-IIExternal link

With painstaking precision, Brookhaven engineers aligned and delivered the final magnet girders needed to focus the near-light-speed electron beam at NSLS-II. Aligning the magnets to within the width of a hair took years of planning, an incredibly skilled team, and surprisingly, a simple piece of wire. Read More »

An image of cobalt atoms03.06.13Article

Overcoming Resistance and Lighting Up the World

Research at Brookhaven Lab opens new possibilities in superconductors.

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03.05.13Presentations & Testimony

Impact of Sequestration on the Department of Energy’s Office of Science.pdf file (49KB)

Statement by Dr. W. F. Brinkman, Director, Office of Science, U.S. Department of Energy, to the Subcommittee on Energy & Water Appropriations.

A group of students and a teacher holding a banner.03.04.13Article

‘March’ing Into The Finals . . . Of A Competition Like No Other

More than a score of schools stepped up to win this past weekend’s National Science Bowl regional competitions. See the newest finalists, and return for future updates here:

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With the growth in genome sequencing, the number of computationally identified proteins available in databases such as TrEMBL is increasing exponentially.03.01.13Science Highlights

Evaluating Methods for Predicting Protein Functions

International teams assess computational tools to speed up annotations. Read More »

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