Scientists Pioneer New Generation of Semiconductor Neutron DetectorLearn More
Scientists discover new neutron-detecting material for applications in science and national security.
What's MER? It's a Way to Measure Quantum Materials, and it's Telling Us New and Interesting ThingsLearn More
Condensed matter physics scientists studied WTe2 to determine its magnetic, superconducting, and other properties.
Jefferson Lab to be Major Partner in Electron Ion Collider ProjectLearn More
The Department of Energy announced that Jefferson Lab will collaborate on plans to build a future Electron Ion Collider in New York.
Department of Energy Selects Site for Electron-Ion ColliderLearn More
New facility to be located at Brookhaven Lab will allow scientists from across the nation and around the globe to peer inside protons & atomic nuclei.
Connecting the Dots in the Sky Could Shed New Light on Dark MatterLearn More
Astrophysicists have come a step closer to understanding the origin of a faint glow of gamma rays covering the night sky.
Data From Antipodal Places: First Use of CMB Polarization to Detect Gravitational Lensing From Galaxy ClustersLearn More
Scientists are using the polarization of the cosmic microwave background to calculate galaxy clusters masses, using a new mathematical estimator.
Nano-Objects of Desire: Assembling Ordered Nanostructures in 3-DLearn More
Scientists have developed a platform for assembling nanosized material components into desired 3-D structures.
New Quantum Loop Provides Long National Testbed for Quantum Communication TechnologyLearn More
Scientists at Argonne National Lab and the University of Chicago perform initial measurements through a 52-mile fiber-optic testbed.
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CMU Becomes Go-To Place for Machine Learning in Catalysis ResearchLearn More
Both the DOE and the NSF have invested in pioneering research into the role of machine learning in the discovery of new catalysts.
How a ‘Vegetable Ion’ Helped Scientists Unlock Theory Behind Transitions of MaterialsLearn More
Scientists publish most complete picture to date of the transition from conductor to insulator in a type of material called transition metal oxides.
New Polymer Material May Help Batteries Become Self-Healing and RecyclableLearn More
Engineers at the University of Illinois have developed a solid polymer-based electrolyte that can self-heal after damage.
Researchers Use a Material's 'Memory' to Encode Unique Physical PropertiesLearn More
A new study shows that certain types of materials have a “memory” of how they were processed, stored, and manipulated.
Spin on Perovskite Research Advances Potential for Quantum ComputingLearn More
A two-dimensional hybrid organic-inorganic perovskite can inject spin aligned electrons into active layers w/o the need of an external magnetic field.
Physics Ph.D. Student Helping to Build World’s Largest Digital CameraLearn More
Thanks to a grant from DOE, physics Ph.D. student Emily Phillips Longley is spending six months at SLAC helping to build a camera.
Breaking (and Restoring) Graphene’s Symmetry in a Twistable Electronics DeviceLearn More
Columbia researchers invent a new way to tune the properties of 2D materials by adjusting the twist angle between them.