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05.06.14FROM THE LABS

Oak Ridge National Lab Paper Examines Clues for Superconductivity in an Iron-based MaterialExternal link

For the first time, scientists have a clearer understanding of how to control the appearance of a superconducting phase in a material, adding crucial fundamental knowledge and perhaps setting the stage for advances in the field of superconductivity. Read More »

05.06.14ARTICLE

Scientists to Map Universe in 3-D HDExternal link

The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument will create the clearest three-dimensional map yet of one-third of the sky. Read More »

05.05.14FROM THE LABS

Study in 'Science' Finds Missing Piece of Biogeochemical Puzzle in AquifersExternal link

A study published in Science by researchers from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory may dramatically shift our understanding of the complex dance of microbes and minerals that takes place in aquifers deep underground. Read More »

Element 117, first discovered by Lawrence Livermore researchers and Russian collaborators, has been reproduced by an international consortium. 05.05.14FROM THE LABS

Element 117 a Step Closer to Being Named and Officially Added to the Periodic TableExternal link

International collaboration works with Lawrence Livermore and Oak Ridge National Laboratories to confirm new element. Read More »

05.05.14FROM THE LABS

Finding by Berkeley Lab Researchers at the Molecular Foundry Opens the Door to Better Doping of Semiconductor NanocrystalsExternal link

A team led by Delia Milliron, a chemist at Berkeley Lab’s Molecular Foundry, a U.S Department of Energy (DOE) national nanoscience center, has demonstrated that equally important as the amount of dopant is how the dopant is distributed on the surface and throughout the material. Read More »

05.02.14FROM THE LABS

Edgy Look at 2D Molybdenum DisulfideExternal link

Berkeley Lab researchers observe 1D edge states critical to nanoelectronic and photonic applications. Read More »

05.01.14UNIVERSITY RESEARCH

New Material for Flat SemiconductorsExternal link

Researchers at MIT and Harvard University have found a two-dimensional, self-assembling material that might produce solar cells or transistors. Read More »

05.01.14FROM THE LABS

Argonne Announces New Center for Integrated Resiliency AnalysesExternal link

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory announced today that it is forming a new research center to enhance resiliency for major disruptive events, such as natural disasters and climate change, called the Center for Integrated Resiliency Analyses (CIRA). Read More »

The Q-weak experiment at Jefferson Lab precisely measured the weak force's hold on the proton.05.01.14Science Highlights

Q-weak Experiment Determines Proton's Weak Charge

Scientists make the first experimental determination of the weak charge of the proton and extract the weak charges of the neutron and up and down quarks. Read More »

Image of simulated soot particle courtesy of N. D. Loh and A. Freeberg, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory.05.01.14Science Highlights

More Than Meets the Eye: X-ray Vision Exposes Aerosol Structures

Soot particle diversity and complexity discovered using ultrafast x-rays at the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS). Read More »

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