Laboratory News

07.14.16From the Labs

Dark Energy Measured with Record-Breaking Map of 1.2 Million GalaxiesExternal link

A team of hundreds of physicists and astronomers have announced results from the largest-ever, three-dimensional map of distant galaxies. Read More »

07.13.16From the Labs

PPPL Launches Expanded New Laboratory for Research on the Use of Plasma to Synthesize NanoparticlesExternal link

The collaborative facility, called the “Laboratory for Plasma Nanosynthesis,” is nearly three times the size of the original nanolab(link is external), which remains in operation, and launches a new era in PPPL research on plasma nanosynthesis Read More »

07.05.16From the Labs

ORNL Scientists Isolate and Culture Elusive Yellowstone MicrobeExternal link

A microbial partnership thriving in an acidic hot spring in Yellowstone National Park has surrendered some of its lifestyle secrets to researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Read More »

06.17.16From the Labs

Calorimeter Components Put to the TestExternal link

Brookhaven scientists, students, and university partners help build and test key components for a possible future RHIC detector upgrade. Read More »

06.16.16From the Labs

With Spiraling Light, SLAC X-ray Laser Offers New Glimpses of MoleculesExternal link

A new device at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory allows researchers to explore the properties and dynamics of molecules with circularly polarized, or spiraling, light. Read More »

06.14.16From the Labs

Researchers Gear Up Galaxy-Seeking Robots for a Test RunExternal link

A prototype system, designed as a test for a planned array of 5,000 galaxy-seeking robots wielding fiber-optic cables, is taking shape at the Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab). Read More »

06.13.16From the Labs

New Material Has Potential to Cut Costs and Make Nuclear Fuel Recycling CleanerExternal link

A collaboration between experimentalists and computer modelers exploring the characteristics of materials known as metal-organic frameworks that might help in nuclear fuel recycling and waste reduction by capturing certain gases released during reprocessing. Read More »

06.10.16From the Labs

Ames Laboratory Scientists Leave Their Mark on Future ResearchersExternal link

Ames Laboratory scientists have mentored over 280 students and faculty from 34 universities, colleges and community colleges around the country in programs such as the SULI program – paid internships for undergraduates in science and engineering at DOE laboratories to work with laboratory staff scientists and engineers on projects related to ongoing research programs. Read More »

06.09.16From the Labs

New Beginning at FAST: Research Accelerator Reaches Design Beam EnergyExternal link

Fermilab sent an electron beam with an energy of 50 million electronvolts, or MeV, through the photoinjector at the Fermilab Accelerator Science and Technology facility (FAST) on May 16, achieving a major design goal for the accelerator – and marking the beginning of a new accelerator science program at the laboratory. Read More »

06.09.16From the Labs

Massive Trove of Battery and Molecule Data Released to PublicExternal link

The Materials Project, a Google-like database of material properties aimed at accelerating innovation based at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), has released an enormous trove of data to the public, giving scientists working on fuel cells, photovoltaics, thermoelectrics, and a host of other advanced materials a powerful tool to explore new research avenues. Read More »

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