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Electron microscopic tomogram of dividing cells of the green sulfur bacterium Chlorobaculum tepidum with chlorosomes rendered in false color. 01.06.12Article

A Step Toward Artificial Photosynthesis

EFRC researchers construct an artificial version of a bacterium's light-absorbing "antenna." Read More »

This image depicts the series of reactions by which water is separated into hydrogen molecules and hydroxide (OH-) ions.12.27.11Article

Breaking Up – And Making Up – Are Hard To Do

But as Office of Science research shows, the results can be electric.
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p53 tumor suppressor 12.21.11Article

Science and Cellular Stresses

Research reveals new insights into tumor suppression.
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A reconstructed image of the Photosystem I complex.12.19.11Article

Snapshots and Scrapbooks

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory provides library of ultra-fast images to speed lasting insights.
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IARC groundbreaking12.16.11Article

Breaking Ground and Driving Discovery

Director Brinkman welcomes the Illinois Accelerator Research Center.
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Optical image of flexible and stretchable thin film transistor array covering a baseball shows the mechanical robustness of this backplane material for future plastic electronic devices. 12.13.11From the Labs

New Path to Flex and Stretch ElectronicsExternal link

Berkeley Lab researchers develop solution-based fabrication technique.
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A crane positions the topmost portion of the X-band scanning ARM precipitation radar (X-SAPR).12.08.11Article

Documenting the Life and Death of Clouds

Office of Science presents results from the world's biggest radar laboratory.
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Tractor trailer driving down road flanked by fields12.06.11Article

Sweet Smell of Renewable Fuel

Office of Science researchers borrowed from a fir tree to create a fuel that could leave diesel in the dust.
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Microscopic image showing three-dimensional “gated” topological insulator device fabricated from (Bi0.50Sb0.50)2Te3 nanoplates.12.02.11Article

The Strange Future of Electronics

New materials called "topological insulators" may help us chart a path beyond Moore's Law.
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Shown is a 3D, whole-star simulation of the GCD model of a Type Ia supernova at the moment at which a detonation wave begins to sweep through the white dwarf star, incinerating it.11.29.11Article

Amazing Mirrors and Superlative Supercomputers

Argonne's Mira will accelerate scientific discoveries and societal benefits. Read More »

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