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IARC groundbreaking12.16.11Article

Breaking Ground and Driving Discovery

Director Brinkman welcomes the Illinois Accelerator Research Center.
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12.14.11Announcement

E. O. Lawrence Award Nominations

The Office of Science is now accepting nominations for the 2012 E. O. Lawrence Award.
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12.13.11Lab Press Release

Possible Signs of the Higgs Remain in Latest AnalysesExternal link

Office of Science assists in narrowing range for the Higgs boson.
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Optical image of flexible and stretchable thin film transistor array covering a baseball shows the mechanical robustness of this backplane material for future plastic electronic devices. 12.13.11From the Labs

New Path to Flex and Stretch ElectronicsExternal link

Berkeley Lab researchers develop solution-based fabrication technique.
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A crane positions the topmost portion of the X-band scanning ARM precipitation radar (X-SAPR).12.08.11Article

Documenting the Life and Death of Clouds

Office of Science presents results from the world's biggest radar laboratory.
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Tractor trailer driving down road flanked by fields12.06.11Article

Sweet Smell of Renewable Fuel

Office of Science researchers borrowed from a fir tree to create a fuel that could leave diesel in the dust.
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Microscopic image showing three-dimensional “gated” topological insulator device fabricated from (Bi0.50Sb0.50)2Te3 nanoplates.12.02.11Stories of Discovery & Innovation

The Strange Future of Electronics

New materials called "topological insulators" may help us chart a path beyond Moore's Law.
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The composite image shows some of the chemical species measured in a flat premixed flame at the Advanced Light Source.12.01.11Science Highlights

Peering into the Flame

New insights from synchrotron-based studies are helping to assess the potential of new biofuels. Read More »

In carrier multiplication (CM), a single photon from sunlight creates two electron-hole pairs12.01.11Science Highlights

Nanocrystal Solar Cells Squeeze Extra Juice Out of Sunlight

Laboratory measurements of “carrier multiplication” verified in real solar energy photovoltaic devices made of tiny quantum dots. Read More »

Movement and coalescence of catalyst particles in response to aging in fuel cells.12.01.11Science Highlights

Fuel Cell Catalysts Caught in the Act of Aging

Researchers have captured the first three-dimensional images of changes in shape, composition, and position of individual catalyst particles during electrochemical cycling. Read More »

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