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11.08.13FROM THE LABS

MAGIC Takes a BowExternal link

As the Horizon Spirit sailed into port in Los Angeles at the end of September, the U.S. Department of Energy's ARM Climate Research Facility notched another milestone for climate science. Read More »

11.07.13FROM THE LABS

New Director of the Joint Global Change Research Institute AnnouncedExternal link

The Joint Global Change Research Institute has announced its new director will be Ghassem Asrar, who brings experience to the institute from the World Climate Research Programme, NASA, USDA and academia. Read More »

The Large Area Picosecond Photodetector (LAPPD) collaboration has developed cheaper, larger, more robust microchannel plates, seen here at a test facility at Argonne.11.06.13FROM THE LABS

Bright Ideas and Better Detectors

Cross-disciplinary collaboration including scientists from Argonne and Fermi national laboratories develops larger, more precise photodetectors for the market. Read More »

11.06.13ARTICLE

How Particle Physics Can Save Your LifeExternal link

From new medicines to cancer treatment, the tools of particle physics play an important role in hospitals around the world. Read More »

At the South Pole Telescope, scientists measure cosmic radiation still traveling across space from the early days of the universe. 11.04.13FROM THE LABS

South Pole Telescope Helps Argonne Scientists Study Earliest Ages of the UniverseExternal link

Utilizing the South Pole Telescope, researchers gain insights into the makeup of the early universe and what that means for us today. Read More »

11.04.13FROM THE LABS

Crafting a Better Enzyme Cocktail to Turn Plants into Fuel FasterExternal link

Scientists looking to create a potent blend of enzymes to transform materials like corn stalks and wood chips into fuels have developed a test that should turbocharge their efforts. Read More »

11.01.13FROM THE LABS

“Molecular Velcro” May Lead to Cost-Effective Alternatives to Natural AntibodiesExternal link

Berkeley Lab researchers take cues from nature in designing a programmable nanomaterial for biosensing. Read More »

These thin samples of copper, iron and titanium were shocked with optical laser pulses and probed with SLAC's X-ray laser, the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS).10.31.13ARTICLE

Stress Actually Makes You Stronger … At Least Some of the Time

Researchers at SLAC test the mettle of metals, with potential benefits for all. Read More »

10.31.13FROM THE LABS

MAGIC Sea Voyage Ends, Journey to Decode Data BeginsExternal link

Scientists participating in a mission to collect data critical to climate modeling from aboard an oceangoing cargo vessel have started sifting through the data to figure out what they can learn from the measurements they've taken. Read More »

10.30.13FROM THE LABS

First Results from LUX, the World’s Most Sensitive Dark Matter DetectorExternal link

The Large Underground Xenon experiment is helping scientists test candidates for the elusive and mysterious material. Read More »

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