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Healthy cassava plant. 04.18.16User Facility

Mapping a Path to Improved Cassava ProductionExternal link

Comparative analysis highlights impacts of previous breeding programs on cassava genome. Read More »

Princeton University 04.18.16University Research

Princeton Graduate Student Creates Computer Program to Help Stabilize Fusion PlasmasExternal link

A Princeton University graduate student has worked with physicists at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) to develop a method for limiting instabilities that reduce the performance of fusion plasmas. Read More »

04.18.16From the Labs

'Odd Couple' Monolayer Semiconductors Align to Advance OptoelectronicsExternal link

A research group at Oak Ridge National Laboratory has shown that different lattice constants – for creating transistor and semiconductor substrates - can be grown together to form a perfectly aligned stacking bilayer material. Read More »

04.18.16From the Labs

New Paper Examines Hydrogen at High PressureExternal link

A team at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory outlines how they used X-rays to look into the interior of a hydrogen target, looking for free electrons to appear in high pressure shock waves formed when hydrogen is shot with a high-energy laser beam. Read More »

Cornell University 04.15.16University Research

‘Weirdest Martensite’: Century-old Smectic Riddle Finally SolvedExternal link

Using the latest computer game technology, a Cornell-led team of physicists has come up with a “suitably beautiful” explanation to a puzzle that has baffled researchers in the materials and theoretical physics communities for a century. Read More »

California Institute of Technology 04.15.16University Research

Probing the Transforming World of NeutrinosExternal link

Every second, trillions of neutrinos travel through your body unnoticed. Neutrinos are among the most abundant particles in the universe, but they are difficult to study because they very rarely interact with matter. Read More »

04.14.16From the Labs

Elusive State of Superconducting Matter Discovered after 50 YearsExternal link

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory, Cornell University, and collaborators have produced the first direct evidence of a state of electronic matter first predicted by theorists in 1964. The discovery, described in a paper published online April 13, 2016, in Nature, may provide key insights into the workings of high-temperature superconductors. Read More »

Unique capability enables researchers to identify molecules involved in processes related to biology, environment and energy. 04.14.16From the Labs

Powerful Mass Spectrometer Opens New Vistas for ScientistsExternal link

Unique capability enables researchers to identify molecules involved in processes related to biology, environment and energy. Read More »

Iowa State University 04.14.16University Research

Iowa State Physicist Analyzes First Electron Neutrino Data from NOvA ExperimentExternal link

Iowa State physicists are part of the huge NOvA Neutrino Experiment that just published two papers about the first experimental observations of muon neutrinos changing to electron neutrinos. The discovery could offer insight into fundamental neutrino properties such as mass and could help explain the dominance of matter in the universe. Read More »

Washington University in St. Louis 04.14.16University Research

Trap and Neutralize: A New Way to Clean Contaminated GroundwaterExternal link

A team of researchers from Washington University in St. Louis have helped discover a new chemical method to immobilize uranium in contaminated groundwater, which could lead to more precise and successful water remediation efforts at former nuclear sites. Read More »

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