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02.17.17Science Highlight

Hydraulic Fluids Hospitable for Microbes

For the first time, scientists analyzed the genetic material of surface microbes that are colonizing the deep subsurface, where they are adapting and thriving.

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02.16.17Science Highlight

Unlocking Peptide Potential

New computational methods may enable custom-designed drugs.

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02.16.17Science Highlight

Soil Will Absorb Less Atmospheric Carbon than Expected This Century

An analysis suggests models overestimate soil’s potential for carbon sequestration. Read More »

02.16.17Science Highlight

Mighty Microbes Roil Oceans

New model reveals the significant role of microbes in oceanic nutrient and energy. Read More »

02.13.17Science Highlight

ARM Data Is for the Birds

Scientists use LIDAR and radar data to study bird migration patterns, thanks to the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Climate Research Facility. Read More »

02.01.17Science Highlight

Chemistry for the Bottom of the Periodic Table

Techniques to investigate chemical properties of super heavy elements lead to improved methods for separating heavy metals. Read More »

02.01.17Science Highlight

First Light Shines in Instrument Designed to Solve the Neutrino Controversy

KATRIN project achieves transmission of electrons through completed apparatus, opening new doors to understanding the universe. Read More »

02.01.17Science Highlight

Unobservable No More

For the first time, scientists measured transition state energies, providing new insights into reactions used in transportation, industry, energy and more. Read More »

02.01.17Science Highlight

One Small Change Makes Solar Cells More Efficient

Adding manganese atoms dramatically increases solar cell energy conversion by 300%. Read More »

02.01.17Science Highlight

Ultrafast Molecular Manipulations

Researchers trigger ultrafast response to see how molecules redistribute energy in quadrillionths of a second. Read More »

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