Science Headlines

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 »

09.19.13FROM THE LABS

National Labs and Air Force Partner to Improve Aircraft Component DesignExternal link

Working with national laboratories, universities and industry, the Air Force is ensuring it stays on the cutting edge of global security by creating a new engineering paradigm to improve the safety and fuel-efficiency of aircraft. Read More »

09.18.13PRESS RELEASE

Schedule Announced for Meetings and Submissions for Competing the Management and Operations Contract of Brookhaven Lab

Expressions of interest, informational meeting, request for proposals. Read More »

09.18.13FROM THE LABS

Proton's Weak Charge Determined for First TimeExternal link

Research at Jefferson Lab reveals value of force that has a real impact on our everyday world. Read More »

09.17.13PRESS RELEASE

Argonne Radar Meteorologist Scott Collis named one of Popular Science’s ‘Brilliant 10’External link

An expert in radar and remote sensing at the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Climate Research Facility, Collis works to improve global climate models. Read More »

09.13.13FROM THE LABS

Toxic Methylmercury-Producing Microbes More Widespread Than RealizedExternal link

Microbes that live in rice paddies, northern peat bogs and other previously unexpected environments are among the bacteria that can generate highly toxic methylmercury, researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center have learned. Read More »

09.11.13PRESS RELEASE

'Why Particle Physics Matters' Winner AnnouncedExternal link

The readers have spoken: Your favorite explanation of why particle physics matters came from physicist Breese Quinn. Read More »

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