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MIT University 05.16.16University Research

Researchers Find Unexpected Magnetic EffectExternal link

A new and unexpected magnetic effect in a topological insulator made of Bi2SE3 layers with a EuS layer has taken MIT researchers by surprise and could open up a new pathway to advanced electronic devices and even robust quantum computer architecture. Read More »

William Tisdale, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.05.16.16Profile

Why Did the Electron Cross the Solar Cell? William Tisdale Knows

PECASE recipient’s technique tracks charged particles, offering insights for solar cells, LEDs, and more. Read More »

05.16.16From the Labs

Speeding Up Key Oxygen-Oxygen Bond-Formation Step in Water OxidationExternal link

A team of scientists from the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory, Adam Mickiewicz University, and Baruch College, City University of New York, has synthesized two new molecular catalysts for water oxidation. Read More »

05.13.16User Facility

Berkeley Lab Scientists Discover Surprising New Properties in a 2-D SemiconductorExternal link

Working with scientists from the Advanced Light Source and Materials Sciences Division of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, the researchers at Berkeley’s Molecular Foundry have synthesized a new class of semiconductor with exceptional optical characteristics – made of three-atoms thick, clean layers of molybdenum diselenide – then studied the material with a Molecular Foundry microscope that can visualize atoms and their electronic wave functions. Read More »

05.13.16From the Labs

Crafting Complex Materials to Solve the Mystery of MagnetismExternal link

In the quest to synthesize a useful material not found in nature, a team led by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory devised a multidimensional analysis approach that combines multiscale synthesis, characterization, and modeling techniques. With this approach, they obtained the first direct measurement of atomic-scale ordering in LMNO, a material of interest for thermoelectric applications. Read More »

05.13.16Profile

Nusnin Akter: A Role Model for Young Women and Underrepresented Minority EngineersExternal link

Stony Brook University doctoral student and Brookhaven Lab guest researcher brings her passion and curiosity for scientific research to the lab and the community. Read More »

Milind Kulkarni, Purdue University, received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.05.13.16Profile

Unlocking the Secrets of Irregular Data: Milind Kulkarni

Purdue University associate professor receives presidential honor. Read More »

Matthias Schindler, University of South Carolina, received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.05.12.16Profile

Nuclear Rule Breakers: Matthias Schindler

PECASE recipient shows how small exceptions help explain the inner workings of neutrons and protons. Read More »

05.12.16From the Labs

Getting a Better Measure of Spin with DiamondExternal link

Using thin slivers of diamond, scientists at Jefferson National Lab created a detector that can withstand the constant particle bombardment that some experiments generate to obtain the most accurate measurements to date from the CEBAF atom smasher. Read More »

05.12.16From the Labs

Solving the Biomass PuzzleExternal link

A group of researchers at Iowa State University and the U.S Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory hope to develop the pieces of the biomass puzzle to create a clearer picture of what takes place within a plant and how that applies to its downstream uses as biomass. Read More »

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