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At low charge carrier density, the microscopic flyovers revealed somewhat static, ordered electrons—the 05.12.14FROM THE LABS

Scientists Find Solution to Two Long-Standing Mysteries of Cuprate High-Temperature SuperconductivityExternal link

Findings unequivocally link two "personality" changes of electrons at critical point. Read More »

Element 117, first discovered by Lawrence Livermore researchers and Russian collaborators, has been reproduced by an international consortium. 05.05.14FROM THE LABS

Element 117 a Step Closer to Being Named and Officially Added to the Periodic TableExternal link

International collaboration works with Lawrence Livermore and Oak Ridge National Laboratories to confirm new element. Read More »

Photo shows wild type Arabidopsis, a plant with just the two Mediator mutations, a dwarf mutant with reduced lignin production, and a mutant with all three mutations, restored to wild-type size.04.30.14Article

Squaring the Circle in Biofuels?

Researchers produce a new type of plant fiber that supports normal growth while easing the difficulties of conversion to fuel. Read More »

Simulations by Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute reveal the potential of graphene oxide frameworks, pictured in black, to remove contaminants such as salt ions, seen in blue and green, from water. 04.29.14FROM THE LABS

‘Sweet Spot’ For Salty WaterExternal link

Oak Ridge National Lab and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute simulations point to new material’s potential in water purification. Read More »

2014 National Science Bowl04.28.14PRESS RELEASE

Students from California and Massachusetts win DOE’s 24th National Science Bowl

Competition highlights importance of investing in next generation of leaders in science. Read More »

2013 NSB 04.25.14ARTICLE

It’s Time for the Final Answers and Winning Rewards

The Finals of the 2014 National Science Bowl are happening this weekend. Keep checking back for updates and results of your favorite teams. Read More »

Ice core driller Tanner Kuhl works with the blue ice drill on Taylor Glacier in Antarctica. 04.22.14FROM THE LABS

Oregon State and Argonne Lab Scientists Successfully Use Krypton To Accurately Date Ancient Antarctic IceExternal link

New technique shows sample to be 120,000 years old, and may allow scientists to identify ice more than 1 million years old. Read More »

Ames lab announces new director, Adam Schwartz. 04.17.14FROM THE LABS

Schwartz Named Director of U.S. Department of Energy's Ames LaboratoryExternal link

Dr. Schwartz’s outstanding scientific credentials, leadership skills, and vision will be tremendous assets in moving the Lab forward. Read More »

President Barack Obama talks with the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) recipients. 04.16.14PRESS RELEASE

Inspiring the Next Generation of InnovatorsExternal link

President Obama honors the nation's cutting-edge scientists and engineers. Read More »

Brookhaven Lab plant scientist Benjamin Babst with corn and sorghum plants. 04.09.14FROM THE LABS

Growing Shoots and Sugary StemsExternal link

Study by researchers at Brookhaven Lab and the University of Queensland supports idea that sugars play a key role in regulating branching at plant stems. Read More »

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