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An image of cobalt atoms 07.15.13FROM THE LABS

Imaging Electron Pairing in a Simple Magnetic SuperconductorExternal link

Findings and resulting theory could reveal mechanism behind zero-energy-loss current-carrying capability. Read More »

An image of the Campanile Probe.07.10.13FROM THE LABS

Office of Science Labs Win 18 “Oscars of Innovation”

Outstanding innovations named R&D 100 Awardees. Read More »

A photo of the mira supercomputer. 07.08.13FROM THE LABS

A Technological “Mira”-cleExternal link

Mira, a world-class supercomputer, was recently dedicated at Argonne National Lab. The amazing capabilities and possibilities of this incredible Office of Science machine are highlighted in a new video. Read More »

A photo of three scientists infront of a Center for Functional Nanomaterials instrument.07.02.13FROM THE LABS

Fresh Air That’s as Good as Gold

Brookhaven Lab finds the catalytic mettle in the precious metal. Read More »

A photo of three scientists gathered around the SHARP microscope. 06.27.13FROM THE LABS

The Semiconductor Industry Gets a Sharper Vision of the FutureExternal link

Berkeley Lab’s new extreme-ultraviolet microscope to help drive innovation in chip making. Read More »

A reconstructed X-ray computed tomography image that reflects soil core structures.06.26.13FROM THE LABS

Seeking to Better Understand the Carbon Cycle

Office of Science’s Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory does fundamental research on tiny organisms that could have a great impact. Read More »

A photo of Supernova 2011fe in the Big Dipper. 06.19.13FROM THE LABS

Unusual Supernova is Doubly Unusual for Being Perfectly NormalExternal link

The “Backyard Supernova,” sets new standard for normal Type Ia’s. Read More »

A photo of a diver in the ocean.06.17.13FROM THE LABS

Cracking a Cold Case and Enduring Mystery

Researchers use Berkeley Lab’s advanced technology to reveal the secrets of ancient concrete. Read More »

A photo of a cloud data center. 06.12.13FROM THE LABS

Berkeley Lab Study Finds Moving Select Computer Services to the Cloud Promises Significant Energy SavingsExternal link

Sky is the limit for potential savings from moving software applications to centralized systems. Read More »

A scientist working with a focused-ion beam instrument.06.10.13FROM THE LABS

Bright Lights and Even Brighter Ideas

Office of Science-supported researchers are illuminating the way to better LEDs. Read More »

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