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12.02.14FROM THE LABS

Learning the Language of Cell Life: Ames Laboratory Scientists Use Genetic Markers to Discover the RhizosphereExternal link

A team of scientists are on the brink of creating a technology that would allow a clearer look at the entire rhizosphere system through the use of aptamers, short strands of genetic material that bind to a specific target molecule. Read More »

Iowa State University 12.02.14University Research

Iowa State, Ames Lab Researcher Working to Save Energy With Nanotechnology InsulationExternal link

Research team is working to develop next-generation insulation materials for freezers, refrigerated trucks, buildings and other heating and cooling applications. Read More »

12.02.14FROM THE LABS

A Better Look at the Chemistry of InterfacesExternal link

New X-ray spectroscopy technique at Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source being used for the study of heterogeneous interfaces. Read More »

Michigan University 12.02.14University Research

Most of Earth's Carbon May Be Hidden in the Planet's Inner Core, New Model SuggestsExternal link

University of Michigan researchers and their colleagues suggest that iron carbide, Fe7C3, provides a good match for the density and sound velocities of Earth's inner core under the relevant conditions. Read More »

12.01.14FROM THE LABS

Optimized Algorithms Boost Combustion ResearchExternal link

Turbulent combustion simulations, which provide input to the design of more fuel-efficient combustion systems, have gotten their own efficiency boost, thanks to researchers from the Computational Research Division (CRD) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab). Read More »

AAAS Logo 12.01.14PRESS RELEASE

Office of Science Salutes New AAAS Fellows.pdf file (25KB)

Nine researchers join a distinguished company at the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Drexel University 12.01.14University Research

Shaping the Future of Energy Storage With Conductive ClayExternal link

Materials scientists from Drexel University’s College of Engineering invented the clay, which is both highly conductive and can easily be molded into a variety of shapes and sizes. Read More »

Crop irrigation impacts the use and supply of freshwater around the world, and scientists are working to understand how these impacts may change over regions and time, especially under the influence of climate change.12.01.14Science Highlights

Toward an Earth System Modeling Approach to Simulate Irrigation Effects

Land model improvements are enabling more realistic representations of the climate and hydrological consequences of crop irrigation. Read More »

During a 10-month ARM experiment in India’s Ganges Valley, instruments including a Doppler lidar (shown here) collected measurements of various atmospheric dynamics, cloud properties, and radiative transfer.12.01.14Science Highlights

Large Aerosols Play Unexpected Role in Ganges Valley

ARM study reveals surprising amount of light absorption by large aerosol particles. Read More »

To better understand how switchgrass acquires and mobilizes minerals, researchers have conducted the first molecular study of transporter genes in this bioenergy feedstock.12.01.14Science Highlights

Understanding Mineral Transport in Switchgrass

Genetic insights into nutrient movement will enhance bioenergy feedstock’s sustainability. Read More »

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