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Argonne and NIU Team Up to Host AI Camp for High School Students
Regional high school students learn the fundamentals of AI at a four-week summer camp hosted by Argonne and Northern Illinois University.
Meet Longtime IBM/Brookhaven Lab Scientist Jean Jordan-Sweet
Jordan-Sweet retired after a nearly 40-year career based at Brookhaven Lab.
Three Graduate Students to Pursue ASR Research Through DOE’s SCGSR Program
Since its inception in 2014, the DOE Office of Science Graduate Student Research program has prepared graduate students for STEM careers.
Perlmutter-Powered Deep-Learning Model Speeds Extreme Weather Predictions
The team developed a global weather forecasting model at 30-km resolution, an order of magnitude greater resolution than state-of-the-art emulators.

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Getting to the Root of Plant-Soil Interactions: Optical Instrument to Give Clearest 3D Images Yet of Rhizosphere
Georgia Tech researchers receive $2 million DOE grant to build optical instrument focused on understanding and imaging the rhizosphere.
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Research in Brief: First-Ever Interior Earth Mineral Discovered in Nature
New mineral from Earth’s lower mantle surfaced as diamond inclusion; study led by UNLV geochemist Oliver Tschauner.
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Texas A&M Scientists To Study Storm Systems In Houston
Professors in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences will conduct mobile field research for the TRACER campaign to learn more about storm formations.
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UCI-Led Team of Physicists Detects Signs of Neutrinos at Large Hadron Collider
The researchers have achieved the first-ever detection of neutrino candidates produced by the Large Hadron Collider at the CERN facility.
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