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Matthias Schindler, University of South Carolina, received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.05.12.16Profile

Nuclear Rule Breakers: Matthias Schindler

PECASE recipient shows how small exceptions help explain the inner workings of neutrons and protons. Read More »

Michelle O’Malley, University of California, Santa Barbara, received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.05.11.16Profile

What Biofuel Production Can Learn from the Zoo: Michelle A. O’Malley

PECASE recipient discovers gut enzymes that break woody plants into biofuel building blocks. Read More »

Jonathan Simon, University of Chicago, received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.05.10.16Profile

Making Materials Out of Light: Jonathan Simon

PECASE recipient illuminates materials’ true nature. Read More »

Keji Lai, University of Texas at Austin, received the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.05.09.16Profile

The Physics of the Middle: Keji Lai

PECASE recipient develops new ways to study physics at the mesoscale. Read More »

President Barack Obama joins recipients of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) for a group photo in the East Room of the White House, May 5, 2016. 05.06.16Announcement

Honoring Federally-Funded Scientists and Engineers at the Forefront of Research and DiscoveryExternal link

President Obama welcomed more than 100 leading scientists and engineers from around the world to thank them for their work on some of the most challenging and complex issues in science and technology. Read MoreExternal linkage

Image of a raindrop hitting the ground. 05.04.16From the Labs

A Cleansing Rain Falls; A Soil-Filled Mist ArisesExternal link

Raindrop splash is a surprise source of fine soil particles in the atmosphere. Read MoreExternal linkage

The 2016 National Science Bowl winners.05.03.16Press Release

Students from Maryland and California Win DOE’s 26th National Science Bowl®

Successful Competition Highlights Importance of Investing in Next Generation of Leaders in Science Read More »

Jeff Zira and his teammates celebrate winning the regional competition his junior year at North Hollywood High School.04.29.16Profile

Champions in Science Whose Stars are Still Rising: Profile of Jeff Zira

For the run-up to the 2016 National Science Bowl® Finals April 28th to May 2nd, this is part of a series on previous NSB competitors. Read More »

Members of 48 middle school teams from across the country pose for a group photo during the 2014 National Science Bowl competition, Saturday, April 26, 2014, in Washington, DC. 04.28.16Announcement

The 2016 National Science Bowl® Finals Have Begun

This weekend, 69 high school teams and 47 middle school teams will be competing in the Finals of the 2016 National Science Bowl®. Keep checking back for updates and results of your favorite teams. Read More »

This computerized rendering shows the layout of the HiRES ultrafast electron diffraction beamline, which is located in the domed Advanced Light Source building at Berkeley Lab. At left (on blue base) is APEX, the electron source for HiRES. 04.27.16User Facility

Seeing Atoms and Molecules in Action with an Electron ‘Eye’External link

Berkeley Lab's HiRES to provide new views of material changes, chemical reactions. Read MoreExternal linkage

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