Each year, scientists with the Office of Science, at our national laboratories, and supported by the Office of Science at the nation’s colleges and universities, publish thousands of research findings in the scientific literature. About 200 of these are selected annually by their respective program areas in the Office of Science as publication highlights of special note.

For the archive of past publication highlights, click here.

April 1, 2021

Supercomputer Calculations May Give First Look at the Structure of Two-Faced Pions

Nuclear theorists put pen to paper and code to computer to detail this subatomic particle’s inner structure.

March 31, 2021

Understanding the Outsized Effect of Hydrogen Isotopes

Researchers use a supercomputer to understand the mysterious “isotope effect” for better fusion reactors.

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.

March 25, 2021

New Data Libraries Open a New Chapter in Designing Compounds that Mimic Antibodies

Synthetic materials can be engineered to recognize potential pathogens.