Scientists Harvest Energy From Light Using Bio-inspired Artificial CellsLearn More
Scientists have found ways to create artificial cells that accomplish a key biological function of converting light into chemical energy.
Meet Dr. Fernando Camino: Staff Scientist, CFN, Brookhaven National LabLearn More
Nanotech NYC sits down w/ students, faculty & researchers to give those interested a glimpse into the local nanotechnology scene.
Argonne's Debt to 2019 Nobel Prize for Lithium-ion BatteryLearn More
Argonne has a long and distinguished history of lithium-ion battery research and a personal connection to 2019 Nobel Prize winner, John Goodenough.
New Function for Plant Enzyme Could Lead to Green ChemistryLearn More
Scientists at Brookhaven Lab have discovered a new function in a plant enzyme that could have implications for the design of new chemical catalysts.
Research at Argonne’s Advanced Photon Source Leads to New Ebola DrugLearn More
The ability to examine how specific antibodies react with the Ebola virus has led to the development of a promising drug w/ far higher survival rates.
PNNL Watershed Sciences: Fluid, Fast, and ImpactfulLearn More
From microscopic bacteria in river sediments to vast watersheds to global-scale data and inquiries, a PNNL scientist plays a big research role.
PNNL Researchers Make Splash with Machine Learning at SC19Learn More
At a conference featuring the most advanced computing hardware and software, machine learning in its various guises was on full display.
Early-career Engineers Learn About the Wide Variety of Tasks in PPPL ProgramLearn More
Nick Santoro & Bill Harris are the first “rotational engineers” at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL).
University Research News
Individual Climate Models May Not Provide the Complete PictureLearn More
Equilibrium climate sensitivity may be underestimated in individual climate models, according to a team of climate scientists.
Stalled Weather Patterns Will Get Bigger Due to Climate ChangeLearn More
Rice-led study uncovers relationship between jet stream, atmospheric blocking events.
Lasting Tumor Regression of Leukemia and Lymphoma in Mouse Models Achieved by U-M CompoundLearn More
A potent and selective degrader of the transcription factor STAT3 offers a new approach to a previously “undruggable” target.
How Small is a Proton? Smaller Than Anyone ThoughtLearn More
The proton is fractions of a quadrillionth of a meter smaller than anyone thought, according to new research appearing Nov. 7 in Nature.
Notre Dame Biologist to Study the Role of Woody Vines in Tropical ForestsLearn More
David Medvigy is the lead researcher on a nearly $1 million, three-year experiment funded by the U.S. Department of Energy.
Invention of Teeny-tiny Organic Films Could Enable New ElectronicsLearn More
University of Chicago scientists discovered a new method to join thousands of organic molecules into a smooth flat film only a few nanometers thick.
NIU Physicist Awarded Two U.S. Department of Energy GrantsLearn More
The DOE has awarded two grants totaling $445,000 over three years to NIU physics professor Bela Erdelyi for his research on particle accelerators.
Undergraduate Researcher Helps Develop Data-encoding Tools for Future SupercomptuersLearn More
Jess Woods is immersed in a project to optimize the encoding and decoding of data for future generations of supercomputers.
MSU Physics Faculty's Breakthrough Research Resolves Years-old Proton Size PuzzleLearn More
Results show there is no discrepancy in proton size when measured using ordinary hydrogen atoms or an exotic form of hydrogen atoms.