The Best of Both Worlds: How to Solve Real Problems on Modern Quantum ComputersLearn More
Argonne combines quantum and classical approaches to overcome limitations in current quantum computing hardware.
3 Sky Surveys Completed in Preparation for Dark Energy Spectroscopic InstrumentLearn More
The new project will create the largest 3D map of the universe’s galaxies and glean new insights about the universe’s accelerating expansion.
SLAC Makes ‘Electron Camera,’ a World-class Tool for Ultrafast Science, Available to Scientists WorldwideLearn More
Combined with the lab’s LCLS X-ray laser, it’ll provide unprecedented atomic views of some of nature’s speediest processes.
Light Dark Matter is a Thousand Times Less Likely to Bump Into Regular Matter Than Previous Astrophysical Analyses AllowedLearn More
A SLAC/Stanford study of the population of satellite galaxies orbiting the Milky Way provides new clues about the particle nature of dark matter.
DIII-D Scientists Develop Technology to Improve Feasibility of Fusion ReactorsLearn More
New small angle slot (SAS) divertor offers a promising solution for power exhaust in future fusion power plants.
Discovered: A New Way to Measure the Stability of Next-generation Magnetic Fusion DevicesLearn More
Researchers have proposed a new measurement technique to avoid problems expected when mapping the fields on large and powerful future tokamaks.
Designer Proteins Form Wires and Lattices on Mineral SurfaceLearn More
Findings lay foundation for engineered nano-scale circuits, sensors and filters.
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Experiments Show Dramatic Increase in Solar Cell OutputLearn More
Method for collecting two electrons from each photon could break through theoretical solar-cell efficiency limit.
Chicago Quantum Exchange Partners with Leading Companies to Advance Research and EducationLearn More
Boeing, Applied Materials and others join new corporate partnership program.
How Common Elements Can Make a More Energy-secure FutureLearn More
An international team of researchers have devised a way to make optoelectronic materials from cheaper, more abundant elements.
A New Way of Making Complex Structures in Thin FilmsLearn More
Self-assembling materials can form patterns that might be useful in optical devices.
WVU Researchers Map Crystals to Advance Treatments for Stroke, Diabetes, DementiaLearn More
Researchers have mapped the crystal structure of a protein that resides in our cells and determined—for the first time—how a drug latches onto it.
When Kinetics and Thermodynamics Should Play TogetherLearn More
Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis have pioneered cutting edge methods to study the formation of calcium carbonate in saline water.
Modeling Earth’s chemistry: Making the Invisible VisibleLearn More
Professor Kate Maher discusses how researchers use computer modeling to better understand the chemical reactions in Earth’s subsurface.