Chasing Their Tails but Getting Somewhere: Reimagining the Shape of Noise Leads to Improved Molecular ModelsLearn More
A Berkeley Lab intern and his mentor develop an algorithm that will extract better structures from low-quality diffraction data.
The High-Tech Evolution of Scientific Computing: A Slight ReturnLearn More
Argonne is combining simulation, data science and machine learning approaches to help realize the promise of exascale computing.
Pinning Down the Ampere with a Supersensitive Particle DetectorLearn More
A device called the skipper CCD, developed by Fermi and Berkeley laboratories scientists, could spark an advance in measurement science.
Berkeley Lab Scientists Contribute to New Exploration of Higgs Boson InteractionsLearn More
Team uses NERSC supercomputer simulations to achieve high-sensitivity analysis of Higgs bosons decaying into pairs of muons.
A First-of-its-Kind Catalyst Mimics Natural Processes to Break Down Plastic and Produce Valuable New ProductsLearn More
A team led by Ames Lab developed a catalyst that is able to process the types of polymers used in plastic bags, milk jugs, and food containers.
Adele Igel: Investigator of Arctic Clouds and Their Elusive MicrophysicsLearn More
During a three-year ASR project, a California researcher is doing foundational work that will improve models of cloud cover in polar regions.
Creating the Software That Will Unlock the Power of ExascaleLearn More
Leading research organizations & computer manufacturers in the U.S. are collaborating on construction of some of the world’s fastest supercomputers.
DOE Under Secretary for Science Dabbar Celebrates Progress on MPEX Fusion Materials DeviceLearn More
The linear plasma device will support the study of the long-term effects of plasma interactions on the materials necessary for future fusion reactors.
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New Soil Models May Ease Atmospheric CO2, Climate ChangeLearn More
Researchers propose developing new soil carbon-persistence models to better reflect the carbon-storage processes to draw down atmospheric CO2.
Research Could Save Years of Breeding for New Miscanthus HybridsLearn More
Researchers have now mined the crop’s vast genomic potential in an effort to speed up the breeding process and maximize its most desirable traits.
Study: Mapping Crystal Shapes Could Fast-Track 2D MaterialsLearn More
Scientists are calling for a collective, global effort to fast-track the mass production of 2D materials like graphene and molybdenum disulfide.
Diamonds, Pencils Inspire Scientists to Create Multipurpose Protein ToolLearn More
Researchers’ protein crystals generate surprising electrical charge useful for various materials.
CCNY is Named Top Physics School, Joins $115M DOE-Funded Brookhaven Quantum Research CenterLearn More
City College will work with other experts to resolve performance issues with quantum computers by simultaneously designing software and hardware.
UCI-Led Study Rules Out Dark Matter Destruction as Origin of Extra Radiation in Galaxy CenterLearn More
Exhaustive emissions modeling by global physicists narrows down particle candidates.
Q-NEXT Collaboration Awarded National Quantum Initiative FundingLearn More
The White House and DOE announced the Q-NEXT collaboration -- a five-year, $115 million collaboration with 10 universities including UW–Madison.
Caltech Faculty to Advance Future Quantum Science EffortsLearn More
New Department of Energy centers will apply quantum information science to emerging technologies.
Seeing Green: Computational Chemistry Leads to Eco-Friendly Technology AdvancesLearn More
A multidisciplinary team using computational chemistry expertise analyzed a newly synthesized 2D material that may be important in carbon capture.