VIEW ALLFive Berkeley Lab Scientists Receive Prestigious Five-Year Research GrantTwo Los Alamos Scientists Earn DOE Early Career AwardsClean Water for AllArgonne Scientists Collaborate to Create First Model of Entire Nuclear Reactor at Unprecedented Resolution
Five scientists at Berkeley Lab have been selected by DOE's Office of Science to receive funding through the Early Career Research Program.
Miles Beaux and Matt Durham are among 83 scientists recognized for innovative physics research.
Researchers discovered a way to use graphene oxide - a porous carbon-based honeycomb structure - to remove toxic metal ions from water.
Scientists have collaborated to develop a new computer model that allows for the visualization of a full reactor core at unprecedented resolution.
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University of Pittsburgh PhD Student Awarded Research Opportunity at Fermi Lab
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COVID-19 Peaks Reflect Time-Dependent Social Activity, Not Herd Immunity
Scientists at Brookhaven Lab & UIUC have developed a new mathematical model for predicting how epidemics such as COVID-19 spread.Learn more
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