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Argonne scientist Chris Benmore demonstrates his acoustic levitator, which could help to improve the efficiency and quality of pharmaceutical development. 09.20.12From the Labs

The Sound Science of Improved Drug DevelopmentExternal link

Argonne Lab uses acoustic levitation to make more effective medicines. Read More »

Manhattan Project 09.19.12From OSTI

Memories of the Manhattan Project

OSTI honors the 70th anniversary of its establishment. Read More »

Zoomed-in image from the Dark Energy Camera of the barred spiral galaxy NGC 1365, in the Fornax cluster of galaxies, which lies about 60 million light years from Earth.09.18.12Article

An Eye-Opening Look at Dark Energy

Dark Energy Camera takes in its first light Read More »

Dr. Joseph Incandela, Senior Spokesperson for the Compact Muon Solenoid experiment at CERN's Large Hadron Collider 09.17.12Science Lecture Series: Video

Heard about the Higgs Boson But Wondering What It Is?

Find the answer at this special lecture by Dr. Joe Incandela, Senior Spokesperson for the Compact Muon Solenoid experiment at the Large Hadron Collider. Read More »

Mike and Ryan Lily, from Glen Ellyn, watch droplets of liquid being levitated using sound waves. 09.17.12From the Labs

A Scientific Showcase in Chicago-landExternal link

Argonne Lab opens its doors for a day of discovery. Read More »

PartTec Ltd. has licensed one of Oak Ridge National Laboratory's neutron detectors, transferring the technology from the lab into the commercial marketplace. 09.10.12From the Labs

Detecting Neutrons, Capturing Crystals and Advancing Disease StudiesExternal link

Camera optimized at Oak Ridge National Laboratory promises great scientific progress. Read More »

The principal investigators of this study together at the recent 8th Peptoid Summit at the Berkeley Lab Molecular Foundry. From Left to Right: Ron ZuckermanThe principal investigators of this study together at the recent 8th Peptoid Summit at the Berkeley Lab Molecular Foundry. From Left to Right: Ron Zuckermann, Kent Kirshenbaum, Glenn Butterfoss, Vincent Voelz, Richard Bonnaeu, Ken Dill.n, Kent Kirshenbaum, Glenn Butterfoss, Vincent Voelz, Richard Bonnaeu, Ken Dill.09.05.12Article

Predictions, Proteins and Peptoids

Marvelous models at Berkeley Lab may open many possibilities. Read More »

In this breakthrough technique, intense x-rays deposit energy into the magnetic spin waves of atomically thin layers of high-temperature superconductors. The difference in x-ray energy before and after interaction reveals key information about the fundamental behavior of these exciting and mysterious materials. 09.04.12From the Labs

X-rays Reveal Spin Waves in Two-Dimensional High-Temperature SuperconductorsExternal link

New technique probes crucial magnetic effects in custom-grown nanoscale material. Read More »

SLAC Director Persis Drell speaks during a special dinner at the Stanford Faculty Club on Friday. Also during the dinner, Barry C. Barish, past president of the American Physical Society and an emeritus physics professor at the California Institute of Technology, presented a plaque, pictured at right, on behalf of APS recognizing SLAC as a historic site for its many groundbreaking discoveries in science. (Photo by Matt Beardsley) 08.29.12From the Labs

That’s a Wrap on the 50th Anniversary of SLAC National Accelerator LaboratoryExternal link

Lab celebrates five decades of discovery . . . and looks forward to many more years of outstanding science. Read More »

Simulated structures showing the starting material of carbon-60 “buckyballs” (magenta) and m-xylene solvent (blue) before being compressed.08.27.12Article

Dented Diamonds, Carbon Cages and Exceptional Potential

Office of Science supported researchers develop new material with amazing hardness and exciting possibilities. Read More »

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