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A new Berkeley Lab study analyzes when a low-to-no-snow future might arrive and implications for water management.
The prolific researcher has investigated how clouds grow from parcels of air and rise fast to shade the world.
Researchers set guidelines for a class of materials that is quickly emerging as an important player in quantum science: crystals with defects.
Researchers have identified the source of and the way to tune the strength and ductility of a class of materials called high-entropy alloys.
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Physicists Describe Photons' Characteristics Inherent to Protecting Future Quantum Computing
Researchers studied the properties of photons emitted from solids & can now predict the color sharpness for possible use in securing communications.Learn more
Penn State-led Team Awarded $17M to Study Climate Risk and Adaptation Strategies
A team will investigate how interconnected systems are exposed to natural hazards that create risks for society & how societies respond to the risks.Learn more
UC Davis Leads $3.7M Multicampus Grant to Stem Shortage of Instrumental Physicists
DOE has awarded $3.7 million to a consortium led by UC Davis, to train 32 graduate students in high energy physics instrumentation.Learn more
Reyes Receives Joint Appointment at Brookhaven National Laboratory
Kristofer Reyes, an assistant professor at the University of Buffalo, is part of Brookhaven’s newest directorate, the Computational Science InitiativeLearn more
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