May 23, 2023

The World of Roots Beneath Our Feet

To better understand environmental systems, scientists supported by DOE’s Office of Science are studying plant roots and the surrounding soil.

May 22, 2023

Paul Romatschke: Then and Now / 2012 Early Career Award Winner

Paul Romatschke and his team have made fundamental predictions about physics, such as the fact that matter in the early universe was a fluid.

May 8, 2023

Rouven Essig: Then and Now / 2012 Early Career Award Winner

Theoretical particle physicist Rouven Essig is pioneering new experiments and detection methods in the search for knowledge about dark matter.

April 21, 2023

Delving into Earth’s Systems Today to Support the Solutions of Tomorrow

The Department of Energy’s Office of Science is a leader in Earth systems science and is finding new ways to make it inclusive and accessible to all.

April 14, 2023

Quantum Evolution

World Quantum Day is April 14. ASCR Discovery checks in with Berkeley Lab’s Bert de Jong, one of quantum computing’s leading experts.

April 10, 2023

Kirstin Alberi: Then and Now / 2012 Early Career Award Winner

At the National Renewable Energy Lab, Kirstin Alberi discovered that light can create desirable properties in crystals grown for semiconductors.

April 3, 2023

Cosmic Coding

Berkeley Lab and Argonne computational cosmologists help astronomers turn observation into insight.

March 28, 2023

Biden-⁠Harris Administration Announces Recipients of the Enrico Fermi Award

The Biden-Harris Administration announced Darleane C. Hoffman and Gabor A. Somorjai as recipients of the Enrico Fermi Presidential Award

March 20, 2023

Active Thermochemical Tables (ATcT) Advance Chemistry as a PuRe Data Resource

The ATcT is the newest addition to the Office of Science’s Public Reusable Research Data Resources.

March 13, 2023

Light Handling

A UT Austin-led team links supercomputer simulations and material fabrication to advance light-related devices.