Science Headlines

10.23.13ARTICLE

Grant Funds Development of Improved Nanoscale Additive ManufacturingExternal link

A new Department of Energy grant will fund research to advance an additive manufacturing technique for fabricating three-dimensional (3D) nanoscale structures from a variety of materials. Read More »

10.22.13FROM THE LABS

Weatherizing Homes to Uniform Standard Can Achieve $33 Billion in Annual Energy SavingsExternal link

Berkeley Lab energy efficiency experts also calculate energy cost of upgrading ventilation. Read More »

10.18.13ARTICLE

Brookhaven Lab Helped Coax the Higgs Out of HidingExternal link

There's good reason for Long Islanders to celebrate the Nobel Prize in Physics awarded last week to Peter Higgs and Francois Englert for their prediction of the Higgs particle and the mechanism by which it gives mass to the building blocks of our universe. Read More »

09.30.13PRESS RELEASE

Energy Department to Award $100 Million for Energy Frontier Research Centers

Funding will help fuel innovative solutions toward next generation energy systems. Read More »

09.27.13ARTICLE

Be Amazed by the Work at DOE

Check out the National Library of EnergyBeta: A Gateway to Information about the "All-of-the-Above" Energy Strategy. Read More »

09.26.13FROM THE LABS

Supercomputers Help Solve a 50-Year Homework AssignmentExternal link

Calculation related to question of why the universe is made of matter. Read More »

09.25.13FROM THE LABS

Berkeley Lab Scientist Named MacArthur "Genius" FellowExternal link

Physicist Carl Haber has turned techniques first developed for studying high-energy particles into technologies which will recover and restore some of the earliest recordings ever made. Read More »

09.24.13FROM THE LABS

Scientists Expand Search for Light Dark MatterExternal link

Physicists on the CDMS experiment have devised a better way to search for a particle that, if it exists, would revolutionize our ideas about dark matter. Read More »

09.23.13PRESS RELEASE

Glass or Plastic?External link

Researchers at Georgia Tech, supported in part by the Office of Science, show that at tiny scales, the makeup of a container affects how fast the H2O flows. Read More »

09.20.13FROM THE LABS

Supercomputing the Transition from Ordinary to Extraordinary Forms of MatterExternal link

Calculations plus experimental data help map nuclear phase diagram, offering insight into transition that mimics formation of visible matter in universe today. Read More »

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