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VIEW ALL75 Years of Materials and Energy SolutionsBrookhaven Lab Launches New Quantum Network FacilityAlways Adapting: Scientists Use Argonne’s Advanced Photon Source to Fight SARS-CoV-2 VariantsAmes Laboratory Earns Historic Chemical Landmark Designation
The laboratory is shaping its future much like it shaped its past: by forging new ground and by using science to meet national and global challenges.
The facility provides capabilities for benchmarking performance, validating concepts, and expediting the development of the quantum internet ecosystem
Scientists using the Advanced Photon Source are concentrating efforts on mutations of the virus that causes COVID-19.
The landmark status is in honor of the heroic effort by the Iowa scientists and technicians for their part of the Manhattan Project.
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An international team has theorized how the extreme conditions in stars produce carbon-12, described as “a critical gateway to the birth of life.”Learn more
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A new study led by UC Riverside, Princeton University, and Stanford University have discovered the functions of hundreds of genes in algae.Learn more
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