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05.10.13PRESS RELEASE

Nomination Deadlines for the Fermi and Lawrence Awards Extended Until July 8, 2013

The Office of Science is accepting nominations for the 2013 Enrico Fermi and E. O. Lawrence Awards through July 8, 2013. Read More »

05.09.13FROM THE LABS

Mathematics of Popping Bubbles in a FoamExternal link

Berkeley Lab researchers solved the complex and widely-applicable equations in a matter of days instead of almost a year thanks to the supercomputers at DOE’s National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center. Read More »

A photo of a particle storage ring. 05.08.13FROM THE LABS

Revolutionary Experiment Begins Massive Move to Study MuonsExternal link

Brookhaven Lab and Fermilab are moving a 50-foot-wide ring 3,200 miles in order to open new possibilities in particle physics. Read More »

05.08.13FROM THE LABS

Berkeley Lab’s Aydın Buluç Wins 2013 DOE Early Career AwardExternal link

Aydın Buluç of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s (Berkeley Lab’s) Computational Research Division (CRD) has been honored with a 2013 Department of Energy’s (DOE) Early Career Award for his work on energy-efficient parallel graph and data mining algorithms. Read More »

05.07.13PRESS RELEASE

DOE’s Office of Science Announces 61 Scientists to Receive Early Career Research Program Funding

Program provides support to exceptional researchers. Read More »

An photo of a scientist on a laptop.05.06.13FROM THE LABS

ESP Via Mathematics in Uncertainty Quantification

Researchers at Pacific Northwest National Lab are turning ambiguity into accuracy. Read More »

05.03.13FROM THE LABS

New Dark Matter Detector Begins Search for Invisible ParticlesExternal link

Scientists this week heard their first pops in an experiment that searches for signs of dark matter in the form of tiny bubbles. Read More »

05.02.13FROM THE LABS

Brookhaven Lab's Gianluigi De Geronimo Named a Battelle 'Inventor of the Year'External link

Honored for designing microelectronics used in science experiments, tools for national security and medical imaging. Read More »

05.01.13FROM THE LABS

Does Antimatter Fall Up or Down?External link

Berkeley Lab physicists and their colleagues in CERN’s ALPHA experiment present the first direct evidence of how atoms of antimatter interact with gravity. Read More »

Krill feed on algae living within sea ice brine in the Arctic.05.01.13Science Highlight

Simulating Complex Sea Ice–Salt Water Interactions

New two-step desalinization process improves climate model. Read More »

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