Flexing Our Research Muscle: Scientists Use APS to Better Understand Muscle Form, FunctionLearn More
A research team uses powerful X-rays to uncover the structure and behavior of proteins regulating tarantula muscle movement.
Chasing Their Tails but Getting Somewhere: Reimagining the Shape of Noise Leads to Improved Molecular ModelsLearn More
A Berkeley Lab intern and his mentor develop an algorithm that will extract better structures from low-quality diffraction data.
The High-Tech Evolution of Scientific Computing: A Slight ReturnLearn More
Argonne is combining simulation, data science and machine learning approaches to help realize the promise of exascale computing.
Pinning Down the Ampere with a Supersensitive Particle DetectorLearn More
A device called the skipper CCD, developed by Fermi and Berkeley laboratories scientists, could spark an advance in measurement science.
Berkeley Lab Scientists Contribute to New Exploration of Higgs Boson InteractionsLearn More
Team uses NERSC supercomputer simulations to achieve high-sensitivity analysis of Higgs bosons decaying into pairs of muons.
A First-of-its-Kind Catalyst Mimics Natural Processes to Break Down Plastic and Produce Valuable New ProductsLearn More
A team led by Ames Lab developed a catalyst that is able to process the types of polymers used in plastic bags, milk jugs, and food containers.
Adele Igel: Investigator of Arctic Clouds and Their Elusive MicrophysicsLearn More
During a three-year ASR project, a California researcher is doing foundational work that will improve models of cloud cover in polar regions.
Creating the Software That Will Unlock the Power of ExascaleLearn More
Leading research organizations & computer manufacturers in the U.S. are collaborating on construction of some of the world’s fastest supercomputers.
University and Stakeholder News
Chemistry Researchers Receive $3.3M as Part of New Solar Energy CenterLearn More
NC State University received funding to establish a research center to advance artificial photosynthesis for the production of fuels from sunlight.
UCF Researchers Generate Attosecond Light from Industrial LaserLearn More
New measurement could have important implications in power generation, chemical- and biological-weapon detection, and medical diagnostics.
DOE-Funded UAH Directed Plasma Research May Advance Pulsed Fusion Propulsion SystemsLearn More
Gabe Hu has been awarded a grant for research on the deflection magnetic nozzle for a spacecraft’s fusion propulsion system.
Scientists Find First Evidence for the Higgs Boson Interaction with MuonsLearn More
UCSD professor Vivek Sharma and team followed the theory that the way particles interact with the Higgs boson accounts for their differences in mass.
A Key to Cheaper Renewable Fuels: Keeping Iron from RustingLearn More
Washington State University researchers have made a key first step in economically converting plant materials to fuels: keeping iron from rusting.
Three FRIB Scientific Users Earn U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science AwardsLearn More
Three scientists who will perform research at FRIB have received U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science Early Career Research Program awards.
New Soil Models May Ease Atmospheric CO2, Climate ChangeLearn More
Researchers propose developing new soil carbon-persistence models to better reflect the carbon-storage processes to draw down atmospheric CO2.
Research Could Save Years of Breeding for New Miscanthus HybridsLearn More
Researchers have now mined the crop’s vast genomic potential in an effort to speed up the breeding process and maximize its most desirable traits.
Study: Mapping Crystal Shapes Could Fast-Track 2D MaterialsLearn More
Scientists are calling for a collective, global effort to fast-track the mass production of 2D materials like graphene and molybdenum disulfide.