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UT Arlington Particle Physics Team Awarded $2.5 Million GrantExternal link

The funding, which begins this month, represents a 25 percent increase from previous Energy Department base award grants to the College of Science’s Center of Excellence in High Energy Physics – a hearty recognition of the innovative ideas and research under way at The University of Texas at Arlington. Read More »

The Enrico Fermi and Ernest Orlando Lawrence Award.05.19.14PRESS RELEASE

The Department of Energy Invites Nominations for the 2014 Ernest Orlando Lawrence and Enrico Fermi Awards

Nominations for the 2014 Ernest Orlando Lawrence and Enrico Fermi Awards are being accepted until July 31, 2014. Read More »


Lighting the Way to Graphene-based DevicesExternal link

Berkeley Lab researchers use light to dope graphene boron nitride heterostructures. Read More »


A Tipping Point for LigninExternal link

Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory offer a new view of an organic polymer often dismissed as a worthless by-product. Read More »


CEBAF Beam Goes Over the HumpExternal link

The Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF) at the U.S. Department of Energy's Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility has achieved the final two accelerator commissioning milestones needed for approval to start experimental operations following its first major upgrade. Read More »

Researchers have developed a method to create air-stable water droplet networks. 05.14.14FROM THE LABS

Novel ORNL Technique Enables Air-Stable Water Droplet NetworksExternal link

New method will be valuable for applications in biological sensing and membrane research. Read More »


University of Houston Physicists Look for Answers to Questions about the UniverseExternal link

Experiments involving neutrinos and leptons may offer answers to fundamental questions. Read More »


Cyanobacterial Consortia Shed New Light on Phototrophic Biofilm AssemblyExternal link

Model "microecosystems" used to study producer-consumer interaction networks in microbial mats. Read More »

Despite its name, the Dead Sea supports algae, bacteria and fungi. 05.13.14FROM THE LABS

Sweet Applications From Salty Adaptations

Joint Genome Institute’s study of a salt-tolerant fungus could lead to significant improvements in agriculture. Read More »


Ames Lab Creates Multifunctional Nanoparticles for Cheaper, Cleaner BiofuelExternal link

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory has created a faster, cleaner biofuel refining technology that not only combines processes, it uses widely available materials to reduce costs. Read More »

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