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ESnet a Key Partner on Project to Build Novel Network Research Infrastructure
Collaboration will fuel the future of computer science and networking research.
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Tiny Airborne Particles from Wildfires have Climate Change Implications
Chemical and microphysical analyses reveal formation processes for tarballs that result from emissions of biomass burned in wildfires.
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KATRIN Cuts the Mass Estimate for the Elusive Neutrino in Half
An international team of scientists has announced a breakthrough in its quest to measure the mass of the neutrino.
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New Round of DOE Awards Bolsters Quantum Information Science at SLAC
Two projects will look for ways to link individual quantum devices into networks for quantum computing and ultrasensitive detectors.
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DOE Awards ORNL Researchers More Than $11 Million to Advance Quantum Technologies
Three researchers at Oak Ridge Lab will lead or participate in collaborative research projects aimed at harnessing the power of quantum mechanics.
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Argonne Harnesses Virtual Power to Address the Most Complex Challenges in Nuclear Science
Argonne researchers maximize efficiencies by running computational codes on supercomputers that offer power available at only a few sites worldwide.
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X-ray Experiments Contribute to Studies of a Drug Now Approved to Combat Tuberculosis
A new FDA approved antibiotic can tackle one of the most formidable and deadly treatment-resistant forms of the bacterium that causes tuberculosis.
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Argonne Explores How Ants, Bees, and Fruit Flies Can Be the Next Big Buzz in Artificial Intelligence
Argonne targets neuromorphic chips to solve a complex challenge: improving how computer chips perform and adapt in extreme environments.
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World’s Largest Optical Lens Shipped to SLAC
When the world’s newest telescope starts imaging the southern sky in 2023.
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Building Products Manufacturer Licenses ORNL Technology for Increased Thermal Insulation
Quanex IG Systems has signed a non-exclusive agreement to license a method to produce insulating material from DOE's Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
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University Research News

High Temperature Thermal Shocks Increase Stability of Single Atom Catalysts
A research team at the University of Maryland has developed a high temperature shockwave catalysis method.
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Theory of a Planckian Metal
Harvard graduate student Aavishkar Patel and Professor Subir Sachdev have recently presented a new theory of a Planckian metal.
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Breaking an Ancient Ceiling in Metallurgy
Casting super strong metals with grain sizes down to nanometers during slow cooling.
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A New Way to Make Valuable Chemicals
University of Delaware research creates process that advances the field of carbon utilization.
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New Coating Developed by Stanford Researchers Brings Lithium Metal Battery Closer to Reality
A Stanford-led research team invented a new coating that could finally make lightweight lithium metal batteries safe and long lasting.
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UW’s Li-Oakey Receives DOE Grant to Study Liquid Separation Mechanisms Using Smart Materials
Li-Oakey was recently awarded a $699,904 DOE grant to study how to more efficiently remove pollutants from water.
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Materials Scientists Build a Synthetic System with Compartments Like Real Cells
UMass Amherst, Berkeley National Lab team develop synthetic compartmentalization.
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Carnegie-led Initiative Receives Major DOE Biofuels Research Grant
Plant biologists Sue Rhee & David Ehrhardt will lead one of 25 teams awarded a total of $64 million to pursue genomic research of biofuel crops.
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The Genetics of Drought Tolerance in Bioenergy Poplar Trees
Gail Taylor, a department chair at UC Davis, will receive $2.52 million from DOE to develop bioenergy poplar trees for low-quality, marginal land.
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LSU Biochemical Researcher Receives DOE Early Career Award to Reveal Nature’s Blueprint for Energy Conversion Through Photosynthesis
David J. Vinyard, assistant professor at LSU, has received a $752,890 grant from the Department of Energy.
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