The 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded for research in lithium ion battery technology.
Researchers Get Most Comprehensive View Yet of Lithium-ion Battery Electrode DamageLearn More
What they learned could help manufacturers design more reliable and longer-lasting batteries for smartphones and cars.
Alumni from African School of Physics Come to Brookhaven Lab for Hands-on Work ExperienceLearn More
Nine alumni from the African School of Physics were able to travel to Brookhaven Lab to pursue projects consistent with their academic research.
Teams of Rivals: PNNL and LAS Collaborate on Machine LearningLearn More
PNNL scientists lead hands-on analytical sciences activity for U.S. intelligence community at LAS.
Fermilab and University of Bern Join Forces for Neutrino PhysicsLearn More
The University of Bern in Switzerland & DOE's Fermilab signed an agreement to collaborate on neutrino experiments to be carried out at the laboratory.
A Community Effort to Understand Plant-Soil-Aerosol InteractionsLearn More
Upcoming EMSL Integration 2019 conference reaches across disciplines.
Supercomputing, Neutrons Unite to Unravel Structures of Intrinsically Disordered ProteinLearn More
Scientists have created the most accurate 3D model yet of an intrinsically disordered protein, revealing the ensemble of its atomic-level structures.
How Long Does Memory Last? For Shape Memory Alloys, the Longer the BetterLearn More
Samples were heated inside the transmission electron microscope (TEM), so that scientists could observe the martensitic phase transition in real time.
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Binghamton University Professor Wins Nobel Prize in ChemistryLearn More
M. Stanley Whittingham won the prize for pioneering research leading to the development of the lithium-ion battery.
Nobel Prize in Chemistry Goes to John Goodenough of The University of Texas at AustinLearn More
John B. Goodenough, professor in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin, has been awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize.
UNLV Professor Earns Early Career Award from U.S. Department of EnergyLearn More
Physicist Ashkan Salamat one of just 46 university professors nationwide – and the first from UNLV – selected for competitive award.
MSU Researchers Lead Team That Observes Exotic Radioactive Decay ProcessLearn More
The team measured low-kinetic-energy protons emitted after the beta decay of a neutron-rich nucleus beryllium-11.
Physicist Selected for Award from Energy DepartmentLearn More
James Rosenzweig has been selected to receive one of 13 research awards from DOE for work in particle accelerator science and technology.
Machine Learning Finds New Metamaterial Designs for Energy HarvestingLearn More
Design would enable thermophotovoltaic devices that convert waste heat to electricity.
MSU Researchers Part of $2.7 Million Project Funded by Department of EnergyLearn More
Two MSU researchers are part of a $2.7 million U.S. Department of Energy project studying sorghum, which is of interest as a biofuel.