A Bumper Crop of Undergraduate Students Attends Annual Plasma Workshop Kicking Off Summer Internship ProgramsLearn More
PPPL hosted its largest group of undergraduate students ever for the annual undergraduate plasma workshop June 10 to 14.
Berkeley Lab Celebrates the Integrative Genomics BuildingLearn More
The building will be a step forward in Berkeley Lab’s vision to expand the footprint of the biological and environmental sciences on the main campus.
Plants' Oil-Production Accelerator Also Activates the BrakesLearn More
Scientists discover seemingly paradoxical mechanism for regulating oil synthesis.
John Crane Acquires Division of Advanced Diamond Technologies, a Company Built on Argonne TechnologyLearn More
The company will leverage patented ultrananocrystalline diamond (UNCD®) technology originally developed at Argonne.
A Miniature Camera for the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope Will Help Test the Observatory and Take First ImagesLearn More
SLAC completed its work on ComCam, a commissioning device to be installed in Chile later this year.
Advanced NMR at Ames Lab Captures New Details in Nanoparticle StructuresLearn More
Using dynamic nuclear polarization, Ames researchers increased detection sensitivity and revealed surprising details in a key group of materials.
Neutrons Get a Wider Angle on DNA and RNA to Advance 3D ModelsLearn More
Researchers are using neutrons to improve simulated DNA and RNA structures for broad medical and pharmaceutical applications.
University Research News
Mysterious Majorana Quasiparticle is Now Closer to Being Controlled for Quantum ComputingLearn More
As mysterious as the Italian scientist for which it is named, the Majorana particle is one of the most compelling quests in physics.
Revealing 'Hidden' Phases of Matter Through the Power of LightLearn More
New research shows how materials can be imbued with new chemical properties using a solid phase transition method that relies on fast pulses of light.
New Research Could Boost Efficiency of Solar CellsLearn More
Solar energy could be made more efficient in the future, thanks to new findings published by scientists from Stony Brook and Brookhaven Lab.
Switchgrass Hybrid Yields Insights Into Plant EvolutionLearn More
Researchers at MSU have identified specific parts of genetic code within the plant that could contribute to larger switchgrass harvests.
‘Sandwich’ Structure Key to Thin LSMO Films Retaining Magnetic PropertiesLearn More
New findings have implications for future use of lanthanum strontium manganite in spintronic-based computing and storage devices.
Structuring Sweetness: What Makes Stevia So Sweet?Learn More
New research from Washington University in St. Louis reveals the molecular machinery behind the high-intensity sweetness of the stevia plant.
UCI Scientists Create New Class of Two-dimensional MaterialsLearn More
Fabrication could help unlock new quantum computing and energy technologies.