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07.11.17Science Highlight

Speeding Up Catalysts for Energy Storage

Researchers develop the fastest synthetic catalyst for producing hydrogen gas, potentially leading to a new environmentally friendly, affordable fuel. Read More »

07.07.17Science Highlight

Laser Stripping Powers Protons

Researchers demonstrate a new technique that could lead to significantly higher power proton beams used to answer tough scientific questions. Read More »

06.23.17Science Highlight

Magnetic Curve Balls

A twisted array of atomic magnets were driven to move in a curved path, a needed level of control for use in future memory devices. Read More »

06.23.17Science Highlight

Magnetic Particles that Flock Like Birds

Tracking movements of individual particles provides understanding of collective motions, synchronization and self-assembly. Read More »

06.22.17Science Highlight

Manipulating Earth-Abundant Materials to Harness the Sun’s Energy

New material based on common iron ore can help turn intermittent sunlight and water into long-lasting fuel. Read More »

06.13.17Science Highlight

New Perspectives into Arctic Cloud Phases

Teamwork provides insight into complicated cloud processes that are important to potential environmental changes in the Arctic. Read More »

06.13.17Science Highlight

If a Tree Falls in the Amazon

For the first time, scientists pinpointed how often storms topple trees, helping to predict how changes in Amazonia affect the world. Read More »

06.13.17Science Highlight

Turning Waste into Fuels, Microbial Style

A newly discovered metabolic process linking different bacteria in a community could enhance bioenergy production. Read More »

06.07.17Science Highlight

Nothing Boring about the Thinnest Boron Ever

Researchers made a sheet of boron only one atom thick with the potential to change solar panels, computers, and more. Read More »

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