ORNL Spectrometry Research Advances Race Toward Safer Rechargeable BatteriesLearn More
An international team of scientists could speed the way to safer rechargeable batteries for consumer electronics such as laptops and cellphones.
Argonne Offers Mentorship and Resources to Students in Department of Energy-sponsored Graduate Student ResearchLearn More
The program will give 12 graduate students the chance to develop their theses & dive into hands-on scientific research at Argonne National Laboratory.
Novel Insight Reveals Topological Tangle in Unexpected Corner of the UniverseLearn More
Scientists find a unique knotted structure known as the Hopfion pattern—one that repeats itself throughout nature—in a ferroelectric nanoparticle.
Efficient, "Green" Quantum-Dot Solar Cells Exploit DefectsLearn More
Quantum-dot approach shows promise for a new type of toxic-element-free, inexpensive, defect-tolerant solar cells.
Untangling a Key Step in Photosynthetic Oxygen ProductionLearn More
Nature’s process could inform the next generation of artificial photosynthetic systems that produce clean and renewable energy from sunlight & water.
Return of the Blob: Scientists Find Surprising Link to Troublesome Turbulence at the Edge of Fusion PlasmasLearn More
Researchers have discovered a correlation with fluctuations of the magnetic field that confines the plasma fueling reactions in the tokamak core.
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New Method Allows Minimally Invasive Cell SamplingLearn More
A team led by Northwestern Engineering faculty has developed a minimally invasive method to sample cells that can be repeated multiple times.
Understanding Ceramic Materials' 'Mortar' May Reveal Ways to Improve ThemLearn More
State-of-the-art scanning transmission electron microscopy allowed the team to resolve the chemical composition along the grain boundaries.
MSU Scientists Solve Half-Century-Old Magnesium Dimer MysteryLearn More
Researchers developed computationally derived evidence, making a quantum leap in 1st-principles quantum chemistry to solve a 50-year-old Mg2 mystery.
Mississippi Delta Marshes in a State of Irreversible Collapse, Tulane Study ShowsLearn More
Given the present-day rate of global sea-level rise, remaining marshes in the Mississippi Delta are likely to drown.
Insight Into Mechanism of Treatment-Resistant Gonorrhea Sets Stage for New AntibioticsLearn More
Mutations in an essential protein responsible for resistance affect the binding of antibiotics to the microbe.
ACCRE Contributes 240,000 Compute Core Hours to COVID-19 ResearchLearn More
Vanderbilt’s ACCRE is contributing to COVID-19 research, primarily through Folding@home, a crowd-sourced protein folding application.
UT Leads the Country in DoE Science Graduate Student Research AwardsLearn More
Since its inception in 2014, the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, ranks number one in the country for SCGSR awards with 19 recipients.
Study Unveils Details on How a Widely Used Catalyst Splits WaterLearn More
“Gold standard” material for generating oxygen from water divulges its molecular mechanisms.
Low-Severity Fires Enhance Long-Term Carbon Retention of PeatlandsLearn More
Duke University study finds less severe fire locks away huge amounts of carbon and keeps it from entering the atmosphere.
Students Gain Professional Skills and Make Connections Through Blue Waters Internship ProgramLearn More
Two undergraduate students have benefited from internships in computational science research, combining study, work, and professional opportunities.