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VIEW ALLAmes Laboratory Earns Historic Chemical Landmark DesignationUsing Microbes to Convert Greenhouse Gases to Valuable ChemicalsScientists Nail Down 'Destination' for Protein That Delivers ZincSix Ways the Advanced Photon Source is Making the World Better
The landmark status is in honor of the heroic effort by the Iowa scientists and technicians for their part of the Manhattan Project.
A Berkeley Lab project aims to bioengineer a microbe to capture methane and carbon dioxide.
The new discovery reveals a key mechanism that all living things use to transport a trace element essential for survival.
What have ultrabright X-ray beams done for us lately? These discoveries at Argonne’s X-ray light source are making a big impact.
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What We're Still Learning About How Trees Grow
A study led by the University of Utah found that tree growth does not seem to be generally limited by photosynthesis but rather by cell growth.Learn more
3 UK Graduate Students Awarded Prestigious DOE Grant
Austin Nelsen, Manh Tien Nguyen and Henry Pruett will conduct part of their thesis research at a host DOE lab in collaboration with a DOE scientist.Learn more
Energy Researchers Invent Chameleon Metal That Acts Likes Many Others
The research could improve efficiency for storing renewable energy, making carbon-free fuels, and manufacturing sustainable materials.Learn more
Detailed Analysis of Old Star Provides Template for Heavy Element Formation
The elemental composition and the relative abundance of each element of HD 222925, a Milky Way star over 1400 lightyears from Earth, were identified.Learn more
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