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04.27.11DOE Blog

Antimatter Experiment Aboard Friday's Space Shuttle Launch

Opposites and atomic auto wrecks: Brookhaven collides small particles and sees a heavy form of antimatter Read More »

High-quality crystals in special crucibles 04.25.11DOE Blog

Good Earths and Rare Earths

Researchers at the Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory are nurturing green shoots from good soil all year around.
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04.22.11Announcement

Life at the Frontiers of Energy Research Video Contest

View the winners of the Energy Frontier Research Centers video contest and vote for your favorites to win the People's Choice Award.
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Dr. Vilas Pol and Office of Science Director Dr. Bill Brinkman04.22.11Article

Spring Air and Science

Innovations spring forward on Earth Day.
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Image of a wakefield through a plasma04.21.11Science Highlights Series

Slowing Down Time and Contracting Space to Build Better Machines

Scientists are applying one of Einstein's theories in a new way to advance the techniques for modeling particle accelerators.
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X-ray crystal structures reveal never-before-seen details of where Mre11 interfaces with Rad50 04.19.11DOE Blog

One "Cool Tool" That's Helping Repair Your DNA

With the arrival of spring, many families are dusting off their tools to make some home improvements. It's worth remembering that nature also has some pretty cool tools as well.
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A team of students 04.15.11Article

National Science Bowl Regional Results Are In! Watch Video Footage from the Competitions

Video clips from the regional science bowls show students' enthusiasm and passion for science.
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Mechanically flexible, high efficiency solar module 04.15.11Stories of Discovery & Innovation

Beyond Silicon: Cutting the Costs of Solar Power

New method of fabricating semiconductors from gallium arsenide promises more affordable solar power, improved semiconductor devices.
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04.13.11Announcement

Competition Opens for Time on DOE Supercomputers

The U.S. Department of Energy announced today that proposals are now being accepted for the Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) program.
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Image of the galaxy04.12.11Article

DOE's Office of Science Labs Make Progress in Understanding Dark Energy

Is there a mysterious source of energy driving the expansion of the universe, or is our understanding of gravity incorrect? DOE lab scientists use data from observations and images of the night sky to find out.
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