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Mondragon is an artist who translates frequencies, vibrations, and rhythms into visual works of art, such as a sculpture, paintings or installations.
The new members are Deborah Crawford of UT, Knoxville, Susan Hubbard of ORNL, and Maureen McCann of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
PNNL scientists carve a path to profit from carbon capture through carbon upcycling, unlock crucial step in decarbonization.
Silicides impact the performance of transmon qubits & need to be well understood to make devices that reliably & efficiently store quantum information
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