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ESnet enables scientists at distant locations to coordinate research and analysis in real-time collaboration.05.14.15ARTICLE

ESnet Enhances Scientific Productivity Around the Globe

Specialized network connects distant researchers and facilities in immediate collaboration. Read More »


Chombo-Crunch Sinks Its Teeth Into Fluid DynamicsExternal link

Mathematicians, computational and earth scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab have developed an enhanced fluid dynamics modeling code. Read More »

05.13.15From the Labs

Intense Lasers Cook up Complex, Self-Assembled NanomaterialsExternal link

Scientists at Brookhaven National Lab have developed a laser-based technique to execute nanoscale self-assembly with unprecedented ease and efficiency. Read More »

05.13.15From the Labs

Two Large Hadron Collider Experiments First to Observe Rare Subatomic ProcessExternal link

Researchers have found the theoretical prediction of a previously unseen subatomic process is accurate and observable. Read More »

05.12.15From the Labs

Using Microbial Communities to Assess Environmental ContaminationExternal link

A multi-institutional team of more than 30 scientists are identifying environmental contaminants through DNA statistical analyses of natural microbial communities. Read More »

05.12.15From the Labs

Superhydrophobic Glass Coating Offers Clear BenefitsExternal link

Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory developed a customized glass coating that is superhydrophobic, fog-resistant, and antireflective. Read More »

Doug Roble gives the plenary talk on the science behind visual effects and filmmaking at the Science Day program during the 2015 National Science Bowl competition.05.11.15ARTICLE

The Science Behind the Silver Screen

Academy Award winner Doug Roble described the art – and science – of movie visualizations to the 2015 Science Bowl finalists. Read More »

05.11.15From the Labs

Tibetan Glacier Holds Sooty SecretsExternal link

Researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and collaborators measure historical trends of soot in a southeastern Tibetan glacier and identify emission sources in a climate model. Read More »

05.08.15From the Labs

Mimicking Biology to Create Fast, Efficient CatalystsExternal link

Scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are uncovering the design principles of natural catalysts. Read More »

MIT University 05.08.15University Research

Plugging Up Leaky GrapheneExternal link

Engineers at MIT, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals have devised a technique to create a relatively large, defect-free graphene membrane, which may enable faster, more durable water filters. Read More »

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