August 25, 2021

Computers Help Scientists Understand the Particles that Make Up Atoms

A team studied some of the smallest particles in the Universe on the nation’s fastest computer, Summit at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

August 4, 2021

Quantum Computing Enables Unprecedented Materials Science Simulations

Multi-institutional team provides a foundation for unraveling the mysteries of magnetic materials.

June 15, 2021

A Cousin of Table Salt Could Make Energy Storage Faster and Safer

A material with a disordered rock salt structure could help make batteries safer, faster-charging, and able to store more energy.

April 2, 2021

Evolution Sets the Stage for More Powerful Spiking Neural Networks

Indirect encoding of neural network components creates a pathway to complex applications for neural networks.

March 30, 2021

New Approach to Fault Tolerance Means More Efficient High-Performance Computers

3D Coded SUMMA replaces traditional fault tolerances methods with coded computation-based matrix multiplication.

August 11, 2020

“Multitasking” AI Tool Extracts Cancer Data in Record Time

“Multitasking” AI Tool Extracts Cancer Data in Record Time

June 25, 2020

Intense Light Pulses Bounce on a Crystalline Bed without Rumpling the Atomic Blanket

X-ray scattering measures the positions of atoms as they vibrate in a two-dimensional cover sheet.

May 11, 2020

Linking Properties to Defects in 2D Materials

Scientists reveal oxygen’s hidden talent for filling atomic gap in 2D semiconductors & the surprising role of electron spin in electronic conductivity

March 23, 2020

Artificial Intelligence Joins the Team for Smarter & Faster Experiments

Researchers have developed new artificial intelligence methods to enable “autonomous experimentation.”

February 5, 2020

Climbing the Staircase to Fusion

Forming a staircase in the edge of the plasmas can boost the performance of a fusion reactor.