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Rice University 09.11.15University Research

Science Provides New Way to Peer Into PoresExternal link

Rice University lab finds technique to characterize nanoscale spaces in porous materials. Read MoreExternal linkage

New York University 09.11.15University Research

Physicists Catch a Magnetic Wave that Offers Promise for More Energy-Efficient ComputingExternal link

A team of physicists at New York University, Stanford University, and the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have taken pictures of a theorized but previously undetected magnetic wave, the discovery of which offers the potential to be an energy-efficient means to transfer data in consumer electronics. Read MoreExternal linkage

09.10.15User Facility

Celeste: A New Model for Cataloging the UniverseExternal link

A Berkeley Lab-based research collaboration of astrophysicists, statisticians and computer scientists is looking to shake things up with Celeste, a new statistical analysis model designed to enhance one of modern astronomy’s most time-tested tools: sky surveys. Read MoreExternal linkage

Northwestern University 09.10.15University Research

Japanese Paper Art Inspires New 3-D Fabrication MethodExternal link

Northwestern University, University of Illinois and Tsinghua University research team has created complex 3-D micro- and nanostructures out of silicon and other materials found in advanced technologies using a new assembly method that uses cuts to advantage. Read MoreExternal linkage

MIT University 09.10.15University Research

Fertilize the Ocean, Cool the Planet?External link

MIT researchers find unintended consequences of an idea to stimulate ocean phytoplankton growth in order to geoengineer a cooler atmosphere. Read MoreExternal linkage

09.10.15From the Labs

SLAC’s Ultrafast ‘Electron Camera’ Visualizes Ripples in 2-D MaterialExternal link

New research led by scientists from the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University shows how individual atoms move in trillionths of a second to form wrinkles on a three-atom-thick material. Read MoreExternal linkage

Theodore Betley (top right), a Harvard University scientist who is catalyzing transformations for chemicals and students.09.10.15Article

Catalysts on the Cusp of Coming Apart

First in a series of profiles on the recipients of DOE’s Office of Science early career awards: Theodore Betley, a Harvard University scientist who is catalyzing transformations for chemicals and students. Read More »

Rice University 09.09.15University Research

For 2-D Boron, It’s All About That BaseExternal link

Rice University scientists have theoretically determined that the properties of atom-thick sheets of boron depend on where those atoms land. Read MoreExternal linkage

University of Nebraska-Lincoln 09.09.15University Research

New Study Points Way to 'Filming' Molecule-Light InteractionsExternal link

A new study from University of Nebraska-Lincoln physicists could inform the future production of 3-D movies starring light-driven molecular reactions that already play leading roles in photosynthesis, vision and many state-of-the-art technologies. Read MoreExternal linkage

Princeton University 09.09.15University Research

Summer Interns Get Research Experience at PPPLExternal link

Twenty-five undergraduates from colleges across the country spent this summer at the laboratory as interns, working on projects ranging from figuring out how to remotely steer a set of mirrors that will be built into the upcoming ITER fusion machine to studying how nanoparticles grow inside plasmas. Read MoreExternal linkage

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