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Sculpting Physics Into a Visual Masterpiece: Ricardo Mondragon Named Fermilab 2023 Artist-in-Residence
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The new members are Deborah Crawford of UT, Knoxville, Susan Hubbard of ORNL, and Maureen McCann of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
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PNNL scientists carve a path to profit from carbon capture through carbon upcycling, unlock crucial step in decarbonization.
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Climate Change Could Cause “Disaster” in the World’s Oceans, Say UC Irvine Scientists
Researchers have found that climate-driven heating of seawater is causing a slowdown of deep circulation patterns in the Atlantic and Southern ocean.
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New Quantum Computing Architecture Could Be Used to Connect Large-Scale Devices
MIT researchers have demonstrated directional photon emission, the first step toward extensible quantum interconnects.
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Researchers examined a complicated protein synthesis and transport pathway, hoping to clarify how proteins in the pathway interact.
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Cyclone Researchers: Warming Climate Means More and Stronger Atlantic Tropical Storms
The team ran simulations on the Exascale Earth System Model, finding that tropical cyclone frequency could increase 66% by the end of this century.
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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