Building a Giant 2D Map of the Universe to Prepare for the Largest 3D MapLearn More
The 6-year effort to capture images for this map involved 1,405 observing nights at 3 telescopes on 2 continents and years of data from a satellite.
Two Berkeley Lab Scientists Honored with the Lawrence AwardLearn More
The Department of Energy’s award goes to Susannah Tringe, a microbiologist, and Dan Kasen, a nuclear physicist.
The Odd Structure of ORF8: Scientists Map the Coronavirus Protein Linked to Immune Evasion and Disease SeverityLearn More
Biologists used crystallography performed at Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source to reveal the new virus’s unusual protein structure.
Study Shows Tweaking One Layer of Atoms on a Catalyst's Surface Can Make it Work BetterLearn More
The surprising results offer a way to boost the activity and stability of catalysts for making hydrogen fuel from water.
Impacts of Climate Change on Our Water and Energy Systems: It’s ComplicatedLearn More
A team of researchers from Berkeley Lab, UC Berkeley, and UC Santa Barbara propose a framework for evaluating climate change adaptations.
University and Stakeholder News
LaserNetUS High-Power Laser Consortium Including CSU, Receives $18 Million from the U.S. Department of EnergyLearn More
The funds will be distributed among 10 partner institutions, including $1 million for user support.
Devil in the Defect Detail of Quantum Emissions UnravelledLearn More
An international, multidisciplinary collaboration has uncovered the chemical structure behind defects in white graphene.
U.S. Department of Energy Turns to ASRC for New Cloud Imagery DatabaseLearn More
DOE announced $19 million in funding for 31 new projects that are aimed at improving the power of Earth system models to predict weather and climate.
Dustin H. Froula Recipient of E. O. Lawrence AwardLearn More
The award recognizes his seminal and creative contributions in fundamental laser–matter interaction physics and laser-driven plasma accelerators.
Professor Walton Wins DoE’s Ernest Orlando Lawrence AwardLearn More
Walton was honored for her interdisciplinary and pioneering research of porous material stability, advancing separation science.
New Materials Structures Promise Faster, Smaller and More Efficient SpintronicsLearn More
Researchers have designed a new structure that leverages a little-studied class of materials called antiperovskites to manipulate spin states.
Patricia Vahle Named APS Fellow for Innovative Neutrino-Oscillation ResearchLearn More
Vahle is the most recent member of the William & Mary Department of Physics to be named a Fellow of the American Physical Society.
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