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Micro-robots called asters because they look like the flower 08.08.11DOE Blog

Tiny Terminators

New micro-robots assemble, repair themselves and are surprisingly strong.
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08.04.11Press Release

Department of Energy Relaunches Energy.Gov

New website offers localized data, resources to save energy and money
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08.01.11From the Labs

In Memoriam: John MarburgerExternal link

The Office of Science regrets the passing of a distinguished physicist, a former director of Brookhaven National Laboratory, and Science Advisor to the President.
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Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory07.25.11Article

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

The frontiers at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory: Physics in action.
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The semiconductor industry relies on accelerator technology to implant ions in silicon chips.07.25.11Article

Great friendships and great discoveries

The U.S. and India sign a forward-looking framework.
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Scientists in the lab 07.21.11DOE Blog

Researchers Devise New Stress Test for Irradiated Materials

Lawrence Berkeley's discovery may increase safety . . . and even reduce stress.
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07.21.11From the Labs

Fermilab Experiment Discovers a Heavy Relative of the NeutronExternal link

Short-lived particle offers new insight into the formation of matter.
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07.20.11From the Labs

Brinkman Dedicates New ORNL Materials Research FacilityExternal link

Office of Science celebrates new space for building a brighter future.
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07.19.11Announcement

Office of Science Announces the Early Career Research Program for FY 2012

Significant support will be awarded to outstanding scientists
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