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Turning Up the Heat on Remote Research Plots Without Electricity03.19.18Science Highlight

Turning Up the Heat on Remote Research Plots Without Electricity

Flexible, tunable technique warms plants without need for electricity, aiding ecosystem research in remote locales. Read More »

Unlocking On-Package Memory’s Effects on High-Performance Computing’s Scientific Kernels03.14.18Science Highlight

Unlocking On-Package Memory’s Effects on High-Performance Computing’s Scientific Kernels

Intuitive visual analytical model better explains complex architectural scenarios and offers general design principles. Read More »

Chasing Storms through Terabytes of Data03.14.18Science Highlight

Chasing Storms through Terabytes of Data

Toolkit lets scientists detect extreme weather in climate simulations far faster than before. Read More »

Data Dive: How Microbes Handle Poor Nutrition in Tropical Soil 03.14.18Science Highlight

Data Dive: How Microbes Handle Poor Nutrition in Tropical Soil

High-performance computing reveals the relationship between DNA and phosphorous uptake. Read More »

Not Part of the Problem03.09.18Science Highlight

It’s Not Part of the Problem, but Part of the Solution

Americium(III) is selectively and efficiently separated from europium(III) by an extractant in an ionic liquid. Read More »

Buckyball Marries Graphene02.28.18Science Highlight

Buckyball Marries Graphene

Electronic and structure richness arise from the merger of semiconducting molecules of carbon buckyballs and 2-D graphene. Read More »

Atomic Movies Explain Why Perovskite Solar Cells Are More Efficient02.28.18Science Highlight

Atomic Movies Explain Why Perovskite Solar Cells Are More Efficient

Tracking atoms is crucial to improving the efficiency of next-generation perovskite solar cells. Read More »

Catalysts: High Performance Lies on the Edge 02.28.18Science Highlight

Catalysts: High Performance Lies on the Edge

Iron may be more valuable than platinum. Sometimes. Read More »

The Shape of Things to Come for Quantum Materials?02.28.18Science Highlight

The Shape of Things to Come for Quantum Materials?

Single sheets made of pentagons are proven to exist and uniquely combine promising electronic properties and air stability. Read More »

Modified Switchgrass Has No Negative Effect on Soils02.28.18Science Highlight

Modified Switchgrass Has No Negative Effect on Soils

Genetically engineered switchgrass does not change soil chemistry, microbiology, or carbon storage potential. Read More »

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