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This is the first in a series of six total articles exploring materials science at Ames National Laboratory as part of a 75th anniversary celebration.
An energy scientist and a climate scientist discuss how utilities can plan for a resilient electrical grid in the face of an uncertain climate future.
New climate models show small differences in lake surface temperatures have a big impact on summer climate, fueling extreme weather.
Tanzima Islam will develop a tool called INTELYTICS, incorporating machine learning techniques to analyze & utilize computing resources efficiently.
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UNLV Physicist's Modeling Theories Aimed at Discovering Materials for Future Tech
The $1.3 million grant from NSF and DOE will help UNLV physicist Qiang Zhu’s efforts to accelerate new materials.Learn more
OU Receives $888,000 Grant to Study Arctic Clouds - Research Will Address Blind Spot in Cloud Microphysics
The grant will be used to explore how Arctic clouds form over time and to unlock secrets about the release of heat and radiation from the atmosphere.Learn more
A Front Row Seat to Quantum Behavior
Adrian Del Maestro and colleagues have found a way to squeeze helium down to single-atom thickness to observe quantum mechanical behavior.Learn more
UAlbany Scientists Hail Successful Startup of LUX-ZEPLIN
The design, manufacturing, and installation team of international scientists includes University at Albany’s Cecilia Levy and Matthew Szydagis.Learn more
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