VIEW ALLDOE CSGF Chooses a Record 32 New Fellows for 2021-22Better Modeling Through SciDACHow COVID-19 Wreaks Havoc on Human LungsDOE Honors Two Early Career Lab Scientists
A record-setting class of 32 fellows will join the Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE CSGF) this fall.
An interdisciplinary collaboration of atmospheric scientists and mathematicians is identifying previously overlooked errors in atmospheric models.
New structure shows how virus envelope protein hijacks cell-junction protein and promotes viral spread.
Two scientists from Lawrence Livermore National Lab are recipients of the 2021 DOE's Office of Science Early Career Research Program award.
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Department of Energy Honors ‘Highly Brilliant’ Chemistry Grad Student
Grayson Johnson will expand on his University of Virginia work on nanomaterials at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee.Learn more
Search for 'Dark Energy' Could Illuminate Origin, Evolution, Fate of Universe
The HETDEX experiment focuses on sound waves from the big bang, to measure the redshift, calculate distances, and produce a 3D map of galaxies.Learn more
Nicholas Garcia Awarded a DoE Office of Science Graduate Research Award
Nicholas Garcia, a third-year Ph.D. candidate in the lab of Prof. Connie Lu, has been awarded a Department of Energy SCGSR Award.Learn more
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