Stability by Fluctuation: Topological Materials Outperform Through Quantum Periodic MotionLearn More
Applying vibrational motion in a periodic manner may be the key to the desired electron states for advanced quantum computing and spintronics.
Princeton Uses Neutrons to Squeeze Possibilities for Piezoelectrochemical Self-Charging TechnologiesLearn More
Princeton University researchers are exploring new possibilities using neutron scattering at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
New, Detailed Molecular Roadmap Boosts Fight Against Endometrial CancerLearn More
A study published Feb. 13 in Cell provides an unprecedented look at the dozens of molecular steps that occur to bring about endometrial cancer.
Researchers Show How Electric Fields Affect a Molecular Twist Within Light-Sensitive ProteinsLearn More
A better understanding of phenomenon could enable researchers to develop light-sensitive proteins for areas such as biological imaging & optogenetics.
Atom or Noise? New Method Helps Cryo-EM Researchers Tell the DifferenceLearn More
Cryogenic electron microscopy has reached the point where researchers could in principle image individual atoms in a 3D reconstruction of a molecule.
ORNL Researchers Develop 'Multitasking' AI Tool to Extract Cancer Data in Record TimeLearn More
The Oak Ridge Lab team is developing advanced artificial intelligence solutions to modernize the national cancer surveillance program.
Investigating the Trigger for a Sudden Explosive Process that Occurs Throughout the UniverseLearn More
Researchers at PPPL and Princeton U have recently produced a formula for tracking the development of “plasmoid-instability-mediated disruptions."
New Argonne Etching Technique Could Advance the Way Semiconductor Devices Are MadeLearn More
Researchers at Argonne National Lab have developed a new technique that could potentially help make these increasingly small but complex devices.
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New Study Looks Beneath Surface to See How Oxides, Gases InteractLearn More
Binghamton University professor leads Department of Energy-funded research that could aid cleaner energy technologies.
Georgia Tech Collaborates with IBM to Develop Software Stacks for Quantum ComputersLearn More
Georgia Tech has announced an agreement to join the IBM Q Hub at Oak Ridge Lab to advance the fundamental research and use of quantum computing.
Modifying Bacterial Microcompartment Shell Proteins to Bind Metal Ions for Electron Transfer with ElectrodesLearn More
The Kerfeld lab, in collaboration with the Naval Research Lab, has engineered a bacterial shell protein to incorporate copper for redox activity.
Blue Diode Illustrates Limitations, Promise of Perovskite SemiconductorsLearn More
Scientists at UC Berkeley have created a blue light-emitting diode (LED) from a trendy new semiconductor material, halide perovskite.
New International Fusion Lab Will Drive Stellarator InnovationLearn More
UW-Madison physicists are embarking on a research project called the Helmholtz International Lab for Optimized Advanced Divertors in Stellarators.
Herringbone Pattern in Plant Cell Walls Critical to Cell GrowthLearn More
Study reveals that the protein CSI1 & the alternating angle of the cell wall’s layers, creating a herringbone pattern, are critical for cell growth.
Enzymes and X-Rays: Study Reveals Hidden Acrobatics of Cellular CatalystsLearn More
A team of researchers used record-intense X-rays to capture dynamics of isocyanide hydratase that were previously only hypothesized.
Making “Lemonade”: Chance Observation Leads to Insight on Microbial Bloom FormationLearn More
Faculty and students made a serendipitous observation, leading to a study of the formation and changes within microbial communities.