February 7, 2023

thumbnail
Scripps Research Polysulfates Could Find Wide Use in High-Performance Electronics Components

Flexible compounds made with Nobel-winning click chemistry can be used in energy-storing capacitors at high temperatures and electric fields.

February 7, 2023

thumbnail
South Dakota Mines Students Help Design and Build Photon Monitoring System for DUNE

Students are leading the way in calibrating the sensors that will detect and track tiny flashes of light inside the underground experiment.

February 7, 2023

thumbnail
Tauritz Appointed University's First Director of National Laboratory Relationships

Daniel Tauritz will serve as the point-of-contact with various U.S. Department of Energy laboratories.

February 6, 2023

thumbnail
A Big Step Toward 'Green' Ammonia and a 'Greener' Fertilizer

Chemists found a metal-organic framework that could be tuned to absorb and release ammonia under a large range of pressures, making it more adaptable.

February 6, 2023

thumbnail
Leaders Take a Look Ahead at Quantum Technology

Chicago Quantum Summit brought together industry leaders, government officials, university presidents & national lab directors to discuss what’s next.

February 6, 2023

thumbnail
FRIB Graduate Students Shine with Award-Winning Posters at Particle Accelerator Conferences

Graduate students conduct thesis research at national labs through Accelerator Science and Engineering Traineeship opportunities.

February 3, 2023

thumbnail
UOG Joins Research Efforts Toward Harnessing Energy from the Sea

The reductive and oxidative reactions research will build a foundation and expand carbon-neutral hydrogen fuel generation and storage knowledge.

February 3, 2023

thumbnail
UCLA-Led Research Unearths Obscure Heat Transfer Behaviors

UCLA researchers and their colleagues have discovered a new physics principle governing how heat transfers through materials.

February 3, 2023

thumbnail
New Research Project at PVAMU to Create Solutions that Improve Quality of Life for Gulf Coast Residents, Businesses

The project will focus on flooding and air pollution impacts, generate relevant solutions, and contribute to critical planning and decision-making.

February 2, 2023

thumbnail
Scientists Discover a New Way of Sharing Genetic Information in a Common Ocean Microbe

Prochlorococcus, the world’s most abundant photosynthetic organism, reveals a gene-transfer mechanism that may be key to its abundance and diversity.