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Hot-spring Bacteria Reveal Ability to Use Far-red Light for PhotosynthesisExternal link

Bacteria growing in far-red light use a previously unknown process for harvesting energy and producing oxygen from sunlight, a research team led by a Penn State scientist has discovered. Read MoreExternal linkage

In this illustration, a patterned 3-D grid of tiny whirlpools, called quantum vortices, populates a nanoscale droplet of superfluid helium. 08.22.14FROM THE LABS

X-ray Laser Probes Tiny Quantum Tornadoes in Superfluid DropletsExternal link

SLAC experiment reveals mysterious order in liquid helium. Read MoreExternal linkage


ORNL Scientists Uncover Clues to Role of Magnetism in Iron-based SuperconductorsExternal link

New measurements of atomic-scale magnetic behavior in iron-based superconductors by researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Vanderbilt University are challenging conventional wisdom about superconductivity and magnetism. Read MoreExternal linkage


Shaping the Future of NanocrystalsExternal link

Berkeley Lab researchers obtain first direct observation of facet formation in nanocubes. Read MoreExternal linkage


Water Leads to Chemical that Gunks Up Biofuels ProductionExternal link

A study at Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNL) shows water trips up key chemical reactions that turn plants into fuels, provides scientific principles that can speed up biofuel development. Read MoreExternal linkage


New Project is the ACME of Addressing Climate ChangeExternal link

High performance computing (HPC) will be used to develop and apply the most complete climate and Earth system model to address the most challenging and demanding climate change issues. Read MoreExternal linkage


Bacterial Nanowires Not What Scientists Thought They WereExternal link

A team led by scientists at USC has now turned the study of these bacterial nanowires on its head, discovering that the key features in question are not pili, as previously believed, but rather extensions of the bacteria’s outer membrane equipped with proteins that transfer electrons called “cytochromes.” Read MoreExternal linkage

Schematic illustration of Earth’s magnetic field. 08.20.14FROM THE LABS

NMR Using Earth’s Magnetic FieldExternal link

Berkeley Lab researchers demonstrate ultra low-field nuclear magnetic resonance with an optical magnetometer. Read MoreExternal linkage


Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Researchers Working on Smaller, Faster ChipExternal link

Computer chips are getting smaller and faster, but not without some serious scientific research happening high on a hill in Berkeley. Read MoreExternal linkage


Bionic Liquids from LigninExternal link

New results from the Joint BioEnergy Institute pave the way for closed loop biofuel refineries. Read MoreExternal linkage

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