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07.13.15FROM THE LABS

When Electrons CooperateExternal link

University of Illinois physicists apply supercomputing to explore unconventional, high-temperature superconductivity Read More »

07.13.15FROM THE LABS

New Design Could Dramatically Boost Efficiency of Low-Cost Solar PanelsExternal link

X-ray studies at SLAC's synchrotron pave the way for better methods to convert sunlight to electricity Read More »

07.10.15USER FACILITY

Zooming In: From Global to Regional Climate ModelsExternal link

As part of an ongoing study at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF), a DOE Office of Science User Facility, a research team from Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Chicago is using supercomputing resources to investigate the effectiveness of dynamically downscaled climate models. Read More »

07.10.15USER FACILITY

The MiSIng Piece Revealed: Classifying Microbial Species in the Genomics EraExternal link

A team of researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute (DOE JGI), a DOE Office of Science User Facility and their collaborators developed and evaluated a new method for classifying microbial species that could be supplemented – as needed – by traditional approaches relied on by microbiologists for decades. Read More »

07.10.15FROM THE LABS

Neutrons Find “Missing” Magnetism of PlutoniumExternal link

Groundbreaking work at Los Alamos and Oak Ridge national laboratories has confirmed plutonium’s magnetism, which scientists have long theorized but have never been able to experimentally observe. Read More »

07.09.15FROM THE LABS

Fermilab’s Flagship Accelerator Sets World RecordExternal link

Fermilab's Main Injector accelerator, one of the most powerful particle accelerators in the world, has just achieved a world record for high-energy beams for neutrino experiments. Read More »

07.09.15FROM THE LABS

Sensitive and Specific: A New Way of Probing Electrolyte/Electrode InterfacesExternal link

Berkeley Lab researchers’ novel diffraction spectroscopy technique will provide insight to chemical processes at important battery interface. Read More »

07.09.15FROM THE LABS

Radiation Safety for Sunken-Ship ArchaeologyExternal link

Berkeley Lab researchers help scientists determine the radiation risk of exploring an underwater aircraft carrier. Read More »

MIT University 07.09.15University Research

Why Do Puddles Stop Spreading?External link

Simple everyday phenomenon was unexplained by physics — until now. Read More »

University California Berkeley 07.08.15University Research

Bats Do It, Dolphins Do It...Now Humans Can Do It, TooExternal link

University of California, Berkeley, physicists have used graphene to build lightweight ultrasonic loudspeakers and microphones, enabling people to mimic bats or dolphins’ ability to use sound to communicate and gauge the distance and speed of objects around them. Read More »

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