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10.31.13FROM THE LABS

MAGIC Sea Voyage Ends, Journey to Decode Data BeginsExternal link

Scientists participating in a mission to collect data critical to climate modeling from aboard an oceangoing cargo vessel have started sifting through the data to figure out what they can learn from the measurements they've taken. Read More »

10.30.13FROM THE LABS

First Results from LUX, the World’s Most Sensitive Dark Matter DetectorExternal link

The Large Underground Xenon experiment is helping scientists test candidates for the elusive and mysterious material. Read More »

10.30.13Presentations & Testimony

Statement of the Acting Director of the Office of Science, Patricia Dehmer to the House Science, Space and Technology Committee Subcommittee on Energy.pdf file (132KB)

The Office of Science’s Role in Providing Tools for Scientific Discovery and Basic Energy Research.

A dozen Brookhaven employees were part of the group that raised the first four walls on a home for veteran Kimberly Gilbreath and her teenage daughter Ryan.10.29.13FROM THE LABS

Good Scientists Make Good Neighbors

Office of Science Labs help their communities recover and rebuild after Superstorm Sandy. Read More »

10.28.13ARTICLE

Auburn University, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Announce Cyber-Security PartnershipExternal link

Auburn University has announced a formal collaborative agreement between the university’s Cyber Initiative and Oak Ridge National Laboratory that will focus resources and expertise on security issues in the cyber domain. Read More »

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory hosted a competition this summer where graduate students designed two mobile apps to fight the threats of food-related illnesses and influenza. 10.28.13FROM THE LABS

Killer Apps That Could Keep You HealthyExternal link

Student-developed mobile apps help keep you from getting sick. Read More »

10.25.13FROM THE LABS

Berkeley Lab Researchers Get a Detailed Look at a DNA Repair Protein in ActionExternal link

Advanced research provides new insight into genome integrity and biological detection of mismatched DNA. Read More »

10.24.13FROM THE LABS

Canfield Receives American Physical Society David Adler Lectureship AwardExternal link

Paul Canfield, scientist at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory and Distinguished Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Iowa State University, has been selected by the American Physical Society for the 2014 David Adler Lectureship Award in the Field of Materials Physics. Read More »

This artist’s rendering illustrates the full site installation, including a new aerosol observing system (far left) and a precipitation radar (far right, with 20-ft tower).10.23.13FROM THE LABS

Forewarned and Fore-ARM-ed Against Climate Changes and Challenges

Two new observation stations – in Alaska and the Azores – should reduce uncertainties and improve global climate models. Read More »

10.23.13ARTICLE

Grant Funds Development of Improved Nanoscale Additive ManufacturingExternal link

A new Department of Energy grant will fund research to advance an additive manufacturing technique for fabricating three-dimensional (3D) nanoscale structures from a variety of materials. Read More »

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