Laboratory News

02.25.14From the Labs

Volcanoes Contribute to Recent Warming 'Hiatus'External link

Volcanic eruptions in the early part of the 21st century have cooled the planet, according to a study led by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. This cooling partly offset the warming produced by greenhouse gases.
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02.24.14From the Labs

Scientists Complete the Top Quark PuzzleExternal link

Fermilab researchers have finished a portrait of one of the universe’s fundamental particles. Read More »

02.21.14From the Labs

Tracking Catalytic Reactions in MicroreactorsExternal link

Infrared technique at Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source could help improve flow reactor chemistry for pharmaceuticals and other products. Read More »

02.20.14From the Labs

Duckweed Has Potential As Biofuel Source

Pond-dwelling powerhouse's genome points to its biofuel potential. Read More »

02.20.14From the Labs

Heavy Flavor Tracker for STARExternal link

New detector system from Berkeley Lab for quark-gluon plasma studies may lead to better understanding of early universe. Read More »

02.14.14From the Labs

Ames Lab, Critical Materials Institute Speed Metals Research with 3D PrinterExternal link

3D Printer Technology will allow scientists to 'speed-read' through materials libraries, finding properties that best suit particular needs. Read More »

02.14.14From the Labs

Superconductivity in Orbit: Scientists Find New Path to Loss-Free ElectricityExternal link

Brookhaven Lab researchers captured the distribution of multiple orbital electrons to help explain the emergence of superconductivity in iron-based materials.
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02.12.14From the Labs

A Look Back at the 2013 Fermi AwardsExternal link

See highlights and interviews of this years Enrico Fermi Award winners. Read More »

02.11.14From the Labs

NOvA Experiment Sees First Long-distance NeutrinosExternal link

The NOvA experiment consists of two huge particle detectors placed 500 miles apart, and its job is to explore the properties of an intense beam of ghostly particles called neutrinos. Neutrinos are abundant in nature, but they very rarely interact with other matter. Studying them could yield crucial information about the early moments of the universe. Read More »

02.11.14From the Labs

Roots to Shoots: Hormone Transport in Plants DecipheredExternal link

Regulating hormone distribution mechanisms in plants could lead to sustainable bioenergy crops with increased growth and reduced needs for fertilizer. Read More »

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