Laboratory News

09.25.18From the Labs

"Model" Students Enjoy Argonne Campus LifeExternal link

Savanna Dautle, an intern from Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey, spent her summer working with assistant chemist David Bross at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory. Read More »

09.20.18From the Labs

Chemists Demonstrate Sustainable Approach to Carbon Dioxide Capture from AirExternal link

Chemists at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory used a solar-powered oven to generate mild temperatures that liberate carbon dioxide trapped in guanidine carbonate crystals in an energy-sustainable way. Read More »

09.19.18From the Labs

First Particle Tracks Seen in Prototype for International Neutrino ExperimentExternal link

The largest liquid-argon neutrino detector in the world has just recorded its first particle tracks, signaling the start of a new chapter in the story of the international Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE). Read More »

09.18.18From the Labs

Graphene Helps Protect Photocathodes for Physics ExperimentsExternal link

Argonne scientists have developed a way to extend the lifetime of photocathodes by wrapping them up in a protective coat of atomically thin grapheme. Read More »

09.14.18From the Labs

The Next Phase: Using Neural Networks to Identify Gas-Phase MoleculesExternal link

Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory have begun to use neural networks to identify the structural signatures of molecular gases, potentially providing new and more accurate sensing techniques for researchers, the defense industry and drug manufacturers. Read More »

09.12.18From the Labs

A Trick of the LightExternal link

Argonne researchers are using nanoparticles to make photodetectors better able to handle the ultraviolet radiation produced in high-energy physics experiments. Read More »

09.11.18From the Labs

Optimal Magnetic Fields for Suppressing Instabilities in TokamaksExternal link

Physicists at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, working with a team of collaborators from the United States and the National Fusion Research Institute in Korea, have successfully predicted the entire set of beneficial 3D distortions for controlling ELMs without creating more problems. Researchers validated these predictions on the Korean Superconducting Tokamak Advanced Research facility, one of the world's most advanced superconducting tokamaks, located in Daejeon, South Korea. Read More »

09.10.18From the Labs

Cracking the Code to Soot FormationExternal link

The longstanding mystery of soot formation, which combustion scientists have been trying to explain for decades, appears to be finally solved, thanks to research led by Sandia National Laboratories. Read More »

09.07.18From the Labs

ProtoDUNE in PicturesExternal link

The two ProtoDUNE detectors will help finalize the two different technologies that will be used for the four modules that will comprise DUNE’s far detector and will be filled with 70,000 tons of liquid argon. Read More »

09.06.18From the Labs

Zaluzec Named Microscopy "Legend"External link

Nestor J. Zaluzec, a senior scientist at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory, has been named an inaugural Fellow in the Legends Class of the Microanalysis Society, an award that recognizes his contributions to advanced microscopy and microanalysis. Read More »

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