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The award recognizes her research and service at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource.
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AGEP PUI Alliance is fostering diverse & skilled candidates for teaching positions, taking a community-based & full-circle approach to STEM education.
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Many Bodies, Many Possibilities
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Researchers Use Gold Film to Enhance Quantum Sensing with Qubits in a 2D Material
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Roane State Grad Now at ORNL, Researching How to Thwart Vehicular Cyberattacks
Samuel Hollifield Jr. is looking into ways to defend vehicles’ computer systems from being hacked.
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Mountain watersheds provide 60 to 90% of water resources worldwide, but there is still much that scientists don’t know about the physical processes and interactions that affect hydrology in these ecosystems. The Surface Atmosphere Integrated Field Laboratory (SAIL), led by scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), is an unprecedented climate observatory located in the Upper Colorado River Basin. This collaborative research effort is an ambitious campaign to collect a vast array of measurements that will allow scientists to better understand the future of water in the West.
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