Researchers Realize Quantum Communications Milestone Using LightLearn More
Researchers harnessed the frequency, or color, of light - making the communication network itself a photonic quantum information processor.
Argonne Scientists Help Explain Phenomenon in Hardware that Could Revolutionize AILearn More
Applying an electric pulse to NdNiO3 moved an inserted proton, creating a different resistance state which generated an information storage site.
Scientists Improve Understanding of Plasma Source for Synthesis of Nanomaterial for Microchips and Numerous ProductsLearn More
The research by scientists at DOE's Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory could ensure that fabrication forms nanotubes as efficiently as possible.
Testing Wraps Up for First Fermilab-Designed Cryomodule for PIP-II AcceleratorLearn More
When the beam has passed through all 23 cryomodules, the particles will be traveling at 84% the speed of light — over 560 million miles per hour.
After 20 Years, Physicists Find a Way to Keep Track of Lost Accelerator ParticlesLearn More
Mitigating beam loss - using a new measurement technique - is paramount to realizing more powerful accelerators at smaller scales and lower costs.
HPC Explorations of Supernova Explosions Help Physicists Reach New MilestonesLearn More
The capacity for more simulations allows teams to overlap and form consensus, yielding a clearer picture of the mechanisms behind the explosions.
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Quantum Insulators Create Multilane Highways for ElectronsLearn More
A team of researchers from Penn State has experimentally demonstrated a quantum phenomenon called the high Chern number quantum anomalous Hall effect.
Fractured Bedrock in Forests is Overlooked Source of Natural CO2Learn More
The study linked CO2 production to the seasonal uptake of water by tree roots and the surrounding microbial communities many meters below the surface.
OU Research Explores the Relationship Between Nitrogen and Carbon Dioxide in Greenhouse Gas EmissionsLearn More
The interdisciplinary study found that carbon dioxide levels stimulated soil respiration twice as much under low as under high nitrogen supply.
Engineers Go Microbial to Store Energy, Sequester CO2Learn More
Microbial electrosynthesis, in which incoming electrons are fed to an engineered microbe, would convert carbon dioxide into non-carbon molecules.
'Magic' Angle Graphene and the Creation of Unexpected Topological Quantum StatesLearn More
Using a material known as magic-angle twisted bilayer graphene, the team explored how interacting electrons give rise to surprising phases of matter.
Researchers Find a Better Way to Design Metal AlloysLearn More
System uses machine learning to analyze boundaries between crystal grains, allowing for selection of desired properties in a new metal.
Faraday Fabric? MXene Coating Could Prevent Electromagnetic Interference in Wearable DevicesLearn More
The discovery is a key development for efforts to weave technological capabilities into clothing and accessories.
IN-Q-NET Testbeds at Caltech and Fermilab Publish Results on Quantum Teleportation SystemsLearn More
The CQNET/FQNET collaboration presents results on state-of-the art quantum teleportation fidelity.
Bacteria Release Climate-Damaging Carbon from Thawing PermafrostLearn More
The team found that microorganisms use iron as a food source, thereby releasing the bound organic carbon into the water in the soil.
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