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Scientists use Argonne’s Advanced Photon Source to study large, extrasolar planets that can shed light on how planets in our galaxy form and evolve.
The recognition marks the first time an NREL scientist has been honored with this prestigious award.
Emily Graham and Kelsey Stoerzinger have been selected to receive 2022 Early Career Research Program awards.
A new microelectronics device can program and reprogram computer hardware on demand through electrical pulses.
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Dr. Sabit Ekin Receives a Career Grant from DOE
Ekin has been selected to receive a prestigious research grant of $789,081 as part of the Department of Energy's Early Career Research Program.Learn more
Chemistry PhD Student Receives Research Award from Department of Energy
Genevieve Asselin will conduct her research at the Advanced Photon Source facility within the Argonne National Lab in Lemont, Illinois.Learn more
Carolina Chemist Wins Prestigious U.S. DOE Early Career Award
Assistant professor of chemistry Alex Zhukhovitskiy is the second Carolina faculty member to win the Early Career Award from the Department of Energy.Learn more
Researchers Solve Mystery Surrounding Dielectric Properties of Unique Metal Oxide
Research at the University of Minnesota provides new insight for future applications of the material for electronic devices and data storage.Learn more
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