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10.15.15User Facility

Berkeley Lab’s Molecular Foundry Featured in Special Issue of Advanced MaterialsExternal link

October 14, 2015 issue highlights several different areas of innovation and promise at Berkeley Lab’s user facility. Read MoreExternal linkage

MIT University 10.15.15University Research

Latest Experiment at Large Hadron Collider Reports First ResultsExternal link

One of the study leaders is MIT assistant professor of physics Yen-Jie Lee, who leads MIT’s Relativistic Heavy Ion Group, together with physics professors Gunther Roland and Bolek Wyslouch. Read MoreExternal linkage

10.15.15User Facility

Nanoelectronics Researchers Employ Titan for an Electrifying Simulation SpeedupExternal link

Researchers at ETH Zurich are using America’s fastest supercomputer to make huge gains in understanding the smallest electronic devices. The team, led by Mathieu Luisier, focuses on further developing the front line of electronics research—simulating and better understanding nanoscale components such as transistors or battery electrodes whose active regions can be on the order of 1 billionth of a meter, or about as long as your fingernails grow in one second. Read MoreExternal linkage

10.14.15From the Labs

One Direction: Researchers Grow Nanocircuitry with Semiconducting Graphene NanoribbonsExternal link

In a development that could revolutionize electronic ciruitry, a research team from the University of Wisconsin at Madison (UW) and the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory has confirmed a new way to control the growth paths of graphene nanoribbons on the surface of a germainum crystal. Read MoreExternal linkage

Arkansas University 10.14.15University Research

Physicists Trace Origin of Electromagnetic Interaction to Dirac EquationExternal link

An international group of physicists has traced the origin of an electromagnetic interaction to the Dirac equation, a fundamental equation of quantum physics. Read MoreExternal linkage

Oregon University 10.14.15University Research

New Oregon Approach for 'Nanohoops' Could Energize Future DevicesExternal link

University of Oregon scientists show that their nanohoops — known chemically as cycloparaphenylenes —efficiently absorb and distribute energy, and may find a place in solar cells, organic light-emitting diodes or as new sensors or probes for medicine. Read MoreExternal linkage

Claudio Pellegrini (right) and SLAC scientist Herman Winick in the klystron gallery of SLAC's linear accelerator. Pellegrini and Winick were instrumental in making the idea for LCLS a reality.10.14.15Profile

Understanding Nature, Accelerating Electrons, and Advancing Science

Profile of Fermi Award winner Claudio Pellegrini. Read More »

10.14.15From the Labs

Are Data Security Breaches Becoming Larger and More Frequent?External link

Researchers at Berkeley National Lab and the University of New Mexico have found that digital information may be no more at risk than it was a decade ago. Read MoreExternal linkage

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 10.14.15University Research

On the Precision Frontier: A New Calculation Holds Promise for New PhysicsExternal link

A team of theoretical high-energy physicists in the Fermilab Lattice and MILC Collaborations has published a new high-precision calculation that could significantly advance the indirect search for physics beyond the Standard Model (SM). Read MoreExternal linkage

Rutgers University 10.13.15University Research

Rutgers and Brookhaven National Laboratory Get $12M for Advanced Materials EffortExternal link

The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded a four-year, $12 million grant to establish a new research center led by a Rutgers professor to accelerate the development of materials that improve energy efficiency and boost energy production. Read MoreExternal linkage

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