Alumni from African School of Physics Come to Brookhaven Lab for Hands-on Work ExperienceLearn More
Nine alumni from the African School of Physics were able to travel to Brookhaven Lab to pursue projects consistent with their academic research.
Teams of Rivals: PNNL and LAS Collaborate on Machine LearningLearn More
PNNL scientists lead hands-on analytical sciences activity for U.S. intelligence community at LAS.
Fermilab and University of Bern Join Forces for Neutrino PhysicsLearn More
The University of Bern in Switzerland & DOE's Fermilab signed an agreement to collaborate on neutrino experiments to be carried out at the laboratory.
A Community Effort to Understand Plant-Soil-Aerosol InteractionsLearn More
Upcoming EMSL Integration 2019 conference reaches across disciplines.
Supercomputing, Neutrons Unite to Unravel Structures of Intrinsically Disordered ProteinLearn More
Scientists have created the most accurate 3D model yet of an intrinsically disordered protein, revealing the ensemble of its atomic-level structures.
How Long Does Memory Last? For Shape Memory Alloys, the Longer the BetterLearn More
Samples were heated inside the transmission electron microscope (TEM), so that scientists could observe the martensitic phase transition in real time.
DOE Scientists Take on Colossal CMIP6 Data Analysis ChallengeLearn More
Scientists must deal with the vast quantities of data as they collaborate to analyze and compare simulation output from around the world.
University and Stakeholder News
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.