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How to Get a Particle Detector on a Plane
Berkeley Lab scientists’ unusual carry-ons: Components for a CERN experiment’s detector upgrade.
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Ultracool Engineering: Worldwide Experts Gather at Fermilab for First International Workshop on Cryogenic Electronics for Quantum Systems
Leaders in quantum science converged this summer at Fermilab for the world’s first workshop on cryogenic electronics for quantum systems.
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GPUs Power GE Code at OLCF Hackathons
Hackathons lead to speedups and increased efficiency for industry.
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ESnet a Key Partner on Project to Build Novel Network Research Infrastructure
Collaboration will fuel the future of computer science and networking research.
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Tiny Airborne Particles from Wildfires have Climate Change Implications
Chemical and microphysical analyses reveal formation processes for tarballs that result from emissions of biomass burned in wildfires.
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KATRIN Cuts the Mass Estimate for the Elusive Neutrino in Half
An international team of scientists has announced a breakthrough in its quest to measure the mass of the neutrino.
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New Round of DOE Awards Bolsters Quantum Information Science at SLAC
Two projects will look for ways to link individual quantum devices into networks for quantum computing and ultrasensitive detectors.
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DOE Awards ORNL Researchers More Than $11 Million to Advance Quantum Technologies
Three researchers at Oak Ridge Lab will lead or participate in collaborative research projects aimed at harnessing the power of quantum mechanics.
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Argonne Harnesses Virtual Power to Address the Most Complex Challenges in Nuclear Science
Argonne researchers maximize efficiencies by running computational codes on supercomputers that offer power available at only a few sites worldwide.
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X-ray Experiments Contribute to Studies of a Drug Now Approved to Combat Tuberculosis
A new FDA approved antibiotic can tackle one of the most formidable and deadly treatment-resistant forms of the bacterium that causes tuberculosis.
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University Research News

Tulane Researcher Receives National Honor for Work in Energy Materials
Michael Naguib is the winner of a Ten at Ten Award from the energy department’s Energy Frontier Research Center (EFRC),
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Department of Energy awards $4 million to University’s Extreme Quantum Team
DOE has awarded the University of Rochester $4 million for research in the growing, multidisciplinary field of Quantum Information Science (QIS).
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Scientists Harness Bacteria to Create ‘Living’ Liquid Crystals
Scientists examine how adding bacteria to liquid crystals makes the material become active and disordered, which is a step toward new technologies.
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High Temperature Thermal Shocks Increase Stability of Single Atom Catalysts
A research team at the University of Maryland has developed a high temperature shockwave catalysis method.
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Theory of a Planckian Metal
Harvard graduate student Aavishkar Patel and Professor Subir Sachdev have recently presented a new theory of a Planckian metal.
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Breaking an Ancient Ceiling in Metallurgy
Casting super strong metals with grain sizes down to nanometers during slow cooling.
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A New Way to Make Valuable Chemicals
University of Delaware research creates process that advances the field of carbon utilization.
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New Coating Developed by Stanford Researchers Brings Lithium Metal Battery Closer to Reality
A Stanford-led research team invented a new coating that could finally make lightweight lithium metal batteries safe and long lasting.
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UW’s Li-Oakey Receives DOE Grant to Study Liquid Separation Mechanisms Using Smart Materials
Li-Oakey was recently awarded a $699,904 DOE grant to study how to more efficiently remove pollutants from water.
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Materials Scientists Build a Synthetic System with Compartments Like Real Cells
UMass Amherst, Berkeley National Lab team develop synthetic compartmentalization.
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