December 1, 2023

Researchers Aim to Make Cheaper Fuel Cells a Reality

Researchers reduced the amount of platinum group metals needed to make an effective cell and found a new way to test future fuel cell innovations.

December 1, 2023

A New Blueprint for Designing High-Performance Batteries

Cooperative behavior among components in batteries points to an exciting new approach to designing next-generation technologies.

December 1, 2023

INCITE Program Awards Supercomputing Time to 75 High-Impact Projects

DOE is awarding 60% of available time on the leadership-class supercomputers at DOE’s Argonne & Oak Ridge Labs to accelerate discovery & innovation.

November 30, 2023

Three Argonne Scientists Inducted as Fellows of American Physical Society

Dillon Fong, Katrin Heitmann and Ahren Jasper were recognized for their work in materials science, cosmology and chemistry.

November 30, 2023

Conducting Safe Science at the Top of the World

The first climate scientist to head DOE's Office of Science, Dr. Asmeret Asefaw Berhe, recently visited two ORNL-led field research facilities.

November 30, 2023

Physicists Ask: Can We Make a Particle Collider More Energy Efficient?

SLAC physicists are thinking about how to make one proposal, the Cool Copper Collider, more sustainable.

November 29, 2023

Kevin Brown is Paving the Way Toward the Next Generation of Supercomputers

At Argonne, Brown studies the algorithms and architecture that can best serve the huge computational problems supercomputers can handle.

November 29, 2023

Vigorous Exercise, Rigorous Science: What Scientists Learned from Firefighters in Training

PNNL scientists took thousands of measurements of firefighters in training to learn more about how the body responds to vigorous exercise.

November 29, 2023

Prototype for DUNE Detector Will Test New Technology That Can Handle More Neutrinos

Scientists working on the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment are preparing for the first test of a prototype detector in a neutrino beam.

November 28, 2023

Fermilab Astrophysicist Receives 2023 DOE Early Career Research Award to Build More Sensitive Detectors to Observe Distant Galaxies

Guillermo Fernandez Moroni first began working with sensors at Fermilab as an undergraduate student in 2010.