Today’s Forecast: How to Predict Crucial Plasma Pressure in Future Fusion FacilitiesLearn More
Princeton Plasma Physics Lab researchers have developed new insights into the physics governing the balance of pressure in the scrape-off layer.
DOE Awards Argonne $4.15 Million for Research in Quantum Computing and NetworkingLearn More
Argonne joins other labs on the threshold of a new era in quantum information science and quantum computing.
From Ancient Pottery to Fiber Optics, Ceramics Keep Evolving—Now with Lasers and NeutronsLearn More
One of the world’s oldest manufacturing processes has much in common with one of the newest: both can produce ceramic products, layer by layer.
Ultracool Engineering: Worldwide Experts Gather at Fermilab for First International Workshop on Cryogenic Electronics for Quantum SystemsLearn More
Leaders in quantum science converged this summer at Fermilab for the world’s first workshop on cryogenic electronics for quantum systems.
ESnet a Key Partner on Project to Build Novel Network Research InfrastructureLearn More
Collaboration will fuel the future of computer science and networking research.
Tiny Airborne Particles from Wildfires have Climate Change ImplicationsLearn More
Chemical and microphysical analyses reveal formation processes for tarballs that result from emissions of biomass burned in wildfires.
KATRIN Cuts the Mass Estimate for the Elusive Neutrino in HalfLearn More
An international team of scientists has announced a breakthrough in its quest to measure the mass of the neutrino.
New Round of DOE Awards Bolsters Quantum Information Science at SLACLearn More
Two projects will look for ways to link individual quantum devices into networks for quantum computing and ultrasensitive detectors.
University Research News
UCI Scientists Awarded $2.7 Million for Soil Nutrient Microbiome ResearchLearn More
A group of University of California, Irvine scientists believes a clue to withstanding climate change could be lurking in fields near their campus.
Astrophysics Researcher Given Access to World's Fastest SupercomputerLearn More
Professor of Astronomy Daniel Eisenstein leads one of nearly two dozen groups who have been granted access to the world’s fastest supercomputer.
Assistant Professor Unites Energy Researchers Across NationLearn More
Erin Ratcliff was one of only three individuals to receive national recognition for her involvement with the DOE’s Energy Frontier Research Centers.
Tulane Researcher Receives National Honor for Work in Energy MaterialsLearn More
Michael Naguib is the winner of a Ten at Ten Award from the energy department’s Energy Frontier Research Center (EFRC),
Department of Energy awards $4 million to University’s Extreme Quantum TeamLearn More
DOE has awarded the University of Rochester $4 million for research in the growing, multidisciplinary field of Quantum Information Science (QIS).
Scientists Harness Bacteria to Create ‘Living’ Liquid CrystalsLearn More
Scientists examine how adding bacteria to liquid crystals makes the material become active and disordered, which is a step toward new technologies.
High Temperature Thermal Shocks Increase Stability of Single Atom CatalystsLearn More
A research team at the University of Maryland has developed a high temperature shockwave catalysis method.