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Jagjit Nanda in shown in the research lab with the controlled environment for the fabrication and assembly of lithium-ion battery cells.09.26.11Article

Creating Bright Ideas for Lasting Innovations

National Labs leading charge on building better batteries.

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09.26.11Announcement

Department of Energy's Quadrennial Technology Review

On Tuesday, September 27 U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu will announce the findings of the Energy Department's inaugural Quadrennial Technology Review at the AAAS in Washington, DC.

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09.23.11From the Labs

Testing the Limits of LightExternal link

Fermilab scientists scrutinize startling faster-than-light finding for fatal flaws.

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Argonne physicist Zheng-Tian Lu and his team Arjun Sharma, Wei Jiang, Kevin Bailey, and Guomin Yang 09.22.11From the Labs

Running Deep, Showing BrightExternal link

Scientists make better aquifer maps through laser light.
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09.22.11Announcement

U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2011 Kicks OffExternal link

Don't miss the Solar Decathlon 2011 at the National Mall's West Potomac Park in Washington, D.C.
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Scientist Susannah Green Tringe of the DOE Joint Genome Institute 09.19.11From the Labs

One of a Top Ten Under 40

Popular Science spotlights Office of Science researcher as one of 2011's "Brilliant 10" young researchers.
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Daniel Kraemer, lead author of the Nature Materials article, and Gang Chen, holding a prototype solar thermoelectric generator tube.09.19.11Stories of Discovery & Innovation

More Heat than Light?

Breakthrough solar cell harvests electricity from the sun's thermal energy.
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09.15.11From the Labs

Reducing the Defenses of SuperbugsExternal link

Argonne researchers decode the protein that confers drug resistance.
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Vitrification technology -- immobilizing material in glass09.12.11Article

A Roman Shipwreck and Safe Nuclear Storage

Accidental experiment and lab efforts may lead to essential new insights.
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Aligning polymers: An imprint master is pressed into a P3HT thin film heated to 150 degrees Celsius. When the stamp is removed, the film remains imprinted with 100-nanometer-spaced grooves, as seen in the scanning electron micrograph. 09.12.11From the Labs

Plastics Imprinting on PlantsExternal link

Brookhaven researchers improve performance of solar cells.
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