Particle Physics Turns to Quantum Computing for Solutions to Tomorrow’s Big-Data ProblemsLearn More
Berkeley Lab researchers are testing several techniques and technologies to be ready for the incoming deluge of particle data.
Theoretical Study Points to Jade-Like Materials as Quantum Spin LiquidsLearn More
This state of matter in which magnetism never freezes could give rise to high-temperature superconductivity & form the basis for quantum computing.
Quantum Experiments Explore Power of Light for Communications and ComputingLearn More
Researchers are gaining a better understanding of quantum mechanics and pursue advances in quantum networking and quantum computing.
Improving Particle Accelerators with Machine LearningLearn More
A new project aims to use machine learning to improve up-time of particle accelerators.
USCMS Collaboration Gets Green Light on Upgrades to CMS Particle DetectorLearn More
The new detector will exhibit improved sensitivity, with over 2 billion sensor channels — up from 80 million.
Argonne Delivers Expertise and Access to Medical IsotopesLearn More
Argonne has recently become a source of therapeutic radioisotopes for the medical community, enabling novel treatments.
Here, There and Everywhere: Large and Giant Viruses Abound GloballyLearn More
A Joint Genome Institute-led team significantly expands the global diversity of large and giant viruses.
New Model Helps Pave the Way to Bringing Clean Fusion Energy Down to EarthLearn More
Scientists have modeled a key source of the turbulence found in a fusion experiment at DOE's Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.
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New International Fusion Lab Will Drive Stellarator InnovationLearn More
UW-Madison physicists are embarking on a research project called the Helmholtz International Lab for Optimized Advanced Divertors in Stellarators.
Herringbone Pattern in Plant Cell Walls Critical to Cell GrowthLearn More
Study reveals that the protein CSI1 & the alternating angle of the cell wall’s layers, creating a herringbone pattern, are critical for cell growth.
Enzymes and X-Rays: Study Reveals Hidden Acrobatics of Cellular CatalystsLearn More
A team of researchers used record-intense X-rays to capture dynamics of isocyanide hydratase that were previously only hypothesized.
Making “Lemonade”: Chance Observation Leads to Insight on Microbial Bloom FormationLearn More
Faculty and students made a serendipitous observation, leading to a study of the formation and changes within microbial communities.
Defect Danger Zone: For Lithium Metal, Smaller is StrongerLearn More
The formation of lithium dendrites is still a mystery, but materials engineers study the conditions that enable dendrites and how to stop them.
Researchers Expand Microchip Capability With New 3D Inductor TechnologyLearn More
Technology ensures a condensed magnetic field distribution & energy storage in 3D space – all while keeping the tiny footprint needed to fit on a chip
New Electrode Design May Lead to More Powerful BatteriesLearn More
An MIT team has devised a lithium metal anode that could improve the longevity and energy density of future batteries.
Researchers Reverse Engineer Interaction Dynamics of Microbial CommunitiesLearn More
Research shows dynamics of microbial communities can be explained & even predicted by examining the variability trait of microbial social interactions
Insect bites + Warmer Climate = Double Trouble for PlantsLearn More
A new study shows that infested tomato plants, in their efforts to fight off caterpillars, don’t adapt well to rising temperatures.