VIEW ALLFueling Scientific Discovery and CommunicationFighting Viruses with AlgaeJust By Changing its Shape, Argonne Scientists Show They Can Alter Material PropertiesPeter Dahlberg and Benjamin Ofori-Okai Receive 2021 Panofsky Fellowships at SLAC
The virtual National Synchrotron Light Source II & Center for Functional Nanomaterials Users' Meeting featured 12 workshops and two plenary sessions.
A new study at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory maps algae’s antiviral potential along infection pathway, finds promise at every step.
By confining the transport of electrons and ions in a patterned thin film, scientists find a way to potentially enhance material properties.
Their work helps reveal the inner workings of cells and the behavior of matter under extreme pressures and temperatures.
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FAMU-FSU Engineering Dean appointed to Energy Department Committee
J. Murray Gibson, dean of the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, has been appointed to the Basic Energy Sciences Advisory Committee for DOE.Learn more
UAH’s Baudry Lab Part of Half-Million-Dollar Efforts to Target COVID with Drug Therapies
Dr. Jerome Baudry’s team is partnered with four other institutions to conduct two different types of grant-funded COVID research.Learn more
Texas A&M Physicists Receive DOE Grant for Detector Research and Development
Researchers were awarded a three-year, $1.27 million grant in support of their SuperCDMS dark matter search experiment and other major projects.Learn more
Taming ‘Tubes: For Computer Chips, New Technique Puts Carbon Nanotubes Squarely in their Place
Engineers discovered a new method of aligning the carbon nanotubes by turning them into 2D liquid crystals.Learn more
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