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03.30.17User Facility

Berkeley Lab Researchers Make NWChem’s Planewave “Purr” on Intel’s Knights Landing ArchitecturesExternal link

A team of researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and Intel are working hard to make sure that computational chemists are prepared to compute efficiently on next-generation exascale machines. Read More »

03.30.17User Facility

Next-Generation Software Supports Explorations Beyond the Nanoworld into the Intramolecular PicoworldExternal link

A recent upgrade to data acquisition and visualization software more than 20 years in the making enhances scientists' ability to observe and control individual atoms and molecular interactions. Read More »

Delaware University 03.30.17University Research

Team at the Unviersity of Delaware Highlights Work on Tuning Block Polymers for Nanostructured SystemsExternal link

Block polymers, which are two or more polymer chains with different properties linked together, show great promise for many of these applications, and a research group at the University of Delaware has made significant strides in their development over the past several years. Read More »

03.29.17Profile

Linda Farr: Right on TargetExternal link

Technical manager Linda Farr leads the remote handling team responsible for monitoring and replacing essential equipment for daily operations at Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Spallation Neutron Source. Read More »

03.29.17From the Labs

A New Ultrafast Camera for Use Across the SciencesExternal link

Andrei Nomerotski is developing an ultrafast camera at Brookhaven National Laboratory, called TimepixCam, that can detect either single photons or ions for more down-to-earth studies in fields from biology to quantum computing. Read More »

03.29.17User Facility

A Seismic Mapping MilestoneExternal link

Using advanced modeling and simulation, seismic data generated by earthquakes, and one of the world’s fastest supercomputers, a team led by Jeroen Tromp of Princeton University is creating a detailed 3-D picture of Earth’s interior. Read More »

In the 1980s, scientists discovered that a proton's three valance quarks (red, green, blue) account for only a fraction of the proton's overall spin. 03.29.17Article

How did the Proton Get Its Spin?

Understanding a fundamental aspect of a fundamental particle. Read More »

03.28.17Profile

Eric Pierce: A lifetime of LearningExternal link

Pierce—now leader of the Earth Sciences group in the Environmental Sciences Division at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory—is a geochemist by training. He has made a name for himself in environmental remediation, particularly around the cleanup of legacy waste from nuclear research operations. Read More »

03.28.17User Facility

Jefferson Lab Accomplishes Critical Milestones Toward Completion of 12 GeV UpgradeExternal link

The Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility (CEBAF) at the U.S. Department of Energy's Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility has achieved two major commissioning milestones and is now entering the final stretch of work to conclude its first major upgrade. Read More »

Indiana University 03.28.17University Research

Indiana University-led Team Maps Zika Virus Protein to Speed Search for CureExternal link

A new study shows how Indiana University scientists are speeding the path to new treatments for the Zika virus, an infectious disease linked to birth defects in infants in South and Central America and the United States. Read More »

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