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08.02.16From the Labs

Fermilab Bids a Fond Farewell to MINOSExternal link

After more than a decade of running, on June 29, the Main Injector Neutrino Oscillation Search experiment and its second iteration, MINOS+, concluded their runs. MINOS was the first of its kind at Fermilab, a high-power experiment that shot a beam of neutrinos through two detectors spaced hundreds of miles apart. Read More »

Cornell University 08.02.16University Research

Microscope Becomes Gauge to Measure Forces Within CrystalsExternal link

Researchers from Cornell and the University of Amsterdam have proposed a new method to measure the forces within colloidal materials, imaging the force distributions to understand and even predict material failures. Read More »

08.02.16From the Labs

PPPL Researchers Combine Quantum Mechanics and Einstein’s Theory of Special Relativity to Clear Up Puzzles in Plasma PhysicsExternal link

Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) have developed a theory of plasma waves that can infer these properties in greater detail than in standard approaches. Read More »

08.01.16User Facility

Study Finds Molecular Switch That Triggers Bacterial PathogenicityExternal link

Using an array of high-powered X-ray imaging techniques, researchers at the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) showed that histone-like proteins that bind to DNA are related to the physical twisting of the genetic strand, and that the supercoiling of the chromosome can trigger the expression of genes that make a microbe invasive. Read More »

08.01.16From the Labs

A New Leaf: Scientists Turn Carbon Dioxide Back Into FuelExternal link

In a new study from the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Illinois at Chicago, researchers have found a way to convert carbon dioxide into a usable energy source by using sunlight. Read More »

08.01.16User Facility

SLAC X-ray Studies Help NASA Develop Printable Electronics for Mars MissionExternal link

With help at SLAC's Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource (SSRL), a DOE Office of Science User Facility, scientists create plasma-printed sensors to monitor astronaut health on long space trips. Read More »

Demonstrating Strong Electric Fields in Liquid Helium for Tests of Matter-Antimatter Symmetry07.29.16Science Highlight

Demonstrating Strong Electric Fields in Liquid Helium for Tests of Matter-Antimatter Symmetry

Team’s approach enables a highly sensitive search for a neutron electric dipole moment, which provides insights into the nature of the universe. Read More »

Jet Tomography of Hot Matter07.29.16Science Highlight

Jet Tomography of Hot Matter

Using fast particles to probe hot matter in nuclear collisions. Read More »

Estimating Rainfall 07.29.16Science Highlight

New Radars for Estimating Rainfall Installed at ARM Sites

Data derived from these instruments will support climate model simulations of cloud processes.

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Modeling Water Runoff07.29.16Science Highlight

Modeling Choices and the Effects of Water Runoff on Plant Productivity

Understanding differences in modeling soil water will help scientists simulate how this moisture affects the climate. Read More »

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