VIEW ALLX-Rays Reveal Elusive Chemistry for Better EV BatteriesSCGSR Fellow Brings Astrophysics Data Skills to Berkeley Lab and Black HolesArgonne Helping to Revitalize the U.S. Semiconductor IndustryFrom Qubits to Potential Cancer Treatments: Laser Upgrade Opens New Research Possibilities
Scientists used X-rays to investigate the solid-electrolyte interphase, a chemical layer in batteries that's key to stabilizing lithium metal anodes.
Peter Craig and collaborators analyzed data of nearly 200,000 binary stars to discover a monster black hole with about 12 times the mass of the sun.
Argonne along with many companies and research organizations signs pledge to increase energy efficiency of microelectronics over next two decades.
A new addition to LBNL Laser Accelerator Center means researchers can explore extreme plasmas, radiation biology, & materials for quantum computers.
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Department of Energy Grant to Train Students at the Interface of High Energy Physics and Computer Science
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Grassland Study Examines Soil Viral Diversity in Drought
A new study by UC scientists looked at the diversity of viruses, which can control soil bacteria, in grassland soils in response to drought conditionsLearn more
Experimental Data Validates New Theory for Molecular Diffusion in Polymer Matrices
The diffusion of penetrants in polymeric matrices has broad applications, including membrane separations, barrier coatings, and drug delivery.Learn more
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