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Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory Selected to Collaborate with Start-Up that Licenses its Innovative Technology
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Combining data from two major telescope surveys, the Dark Energy Survey and the South Pole Telescope, the analysis involved more than 150 researchers.
Learning Labs Reopen for Students at Argonne
Middle schools and high schools return to Argonne for hands-on STEM learning.
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A Big Step Toward 'Green' Ammonia and a 'Greener' Fertilizer
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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.
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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.
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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.
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As another atmospheric river impacts California on January 4th and 5th -- with more rain forecast after that -- Michael Wehner, a senior scientist in the Computational Research Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, discusses how climate change is increasing the rainfall from these drenching storms and how people can better prepare. Wehner uses observational data and advanced computer modeling to understand the behavior of extreme weather events in a changing climate, especially heat waves, intense precipitation, drought, and tropical cyclones.
Video courtesy of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory