Laboratory News

10.03.18From the Labs

Coming Soon to Exascale Computing: Software for Chemistry of CatalysisExternal link

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory is launching a four-year, $3.2 million project to develop software that will bring the power of exascale computers to the computational study and design of catalytic materials. Read More »

10.03.18From the Labs

The Promise of Deep GroovesExternal link

A manufacturing technique that could help the semiconductor industry make more powerful computer chips began in the humblest of places — at a lunch table at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory. Read More »

10.03.18From the Labs

Modern Modulators for Fermilab AcceleratorsExternal link

New, flexible power modulators give Fermilab’s linear accelerator operators more precise control over particle beams. Read More »

10.01.18From the Labs

PNNL's Capabilities in Quantum Information Sciences Get Boost from DOE Grant and New Microsoft PartnershipExternal link

On Monday, September 24, the U.S. Department of Energy announced $218 million in funding for dozens of research awards in the field of Quantum Information Science. Nearly $2 million was awarded to DOE’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory for a new quantum computing chemistry project. Read More »

09.28.18From the Labs

No Longer Whistling in the Dark: Scientists Uncover a Little-understood Source of Waves Generated Throughout the UniverseExternal link

Magnetic reconnection, the snapping apart and violent reconnection of magnetic field lines in plasma — the state of matter composed of free electrons and atomic nuclei — occurs throughout the universe and can whip up space storms that disrupt cell phone service and knock out power grids. Now scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) and other laboratories, using data from a NASA four-satellite mission that is studying reconnection, have developed a method for identifying the source of waves that help satellites determine their location in space. Read More »

09.27.18From the Labs

Study of Tiny Vortices Could Lead to New Self-healing Materials and Other AdvancesExternal link

Argonne scientists hope that tiny vortices, driven by various magnetic fields, will be able to move microscopic particles. Read More »

09.27.18From the Labs

DOE’s Energy Storage Summit convenes at SLACExternal link

Nearly 300 representatives from industry, the Department of Energy, DOE national laboratories and the investment sector gathered to discuss energy storage innovation at the inaugural Department of Energy InnovationXLab Summit Sept.18-19 at DOE’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory. Read More »

09.27.18From the Labs

By Jove! Methane’s Effects on Sunlight Vary by RegionExternal link

Scientists investigating how human-induced increases in atmospheric methane also increase the amount of solar energy absorbed by that gas in our climate system have discovered that this absorption is 10 times stronger over desert regions such as the Sahara Desert and Arabian Peninsula than elsewhere on Earth, and nearly three times more powerful in the presence of clouds. Read More »

09.25.18From the Labs

Berkeley Lab to Push Quantum Information Frontiers With New Programs in Computing, Physics, Materials, and ChemistryExternal link

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory this week announced support from the Department of Energy that significantly expands the Lab’s research efforts in quantum information science, an area of research that harnesses the phenomenon of quantum coherence, in which two or more particles are so tightly entangled that a change to one simultaneously affects the other. Quantum information science seeks to utilize this phenomenon to hold, transmit, and process information. Read More »

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 »

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