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Berkeley Lab Optical Innovation Could Calm Jitters of High-Power Lasers
How managing building energy demand can aid clean energy transition
Main Attraction: Scientists Create World’s Thinnest Magnet
Researchers create world’s thinnest magnet
Deconstructing Infectious Machinery of SARS-CoV-2 Virus
Deconstructing infectious machinery of Covid
Berkeley Lab Pushes Its Energy-Saving Windows into Market
What if We Could Give Viruses One-Two Punch?
Empowering a Neighborhood to Breathe Easy
This Crystal Impurity Is Sheer Perfection
One-of-a-kind Course Aims to Build Bioeconomy Workforce
Bevatron Site Recognized for Historical Contributions to Physics
How to Make Lithium-ion Batteries Invincible
Story Behind Our Infinitely Recyclable Plastic
Neutrons catch shape-shifting coronavirus protein complex in act
Key to Carbon-Free Cars? Look to Stars
Cabling for Large Hadron Collider Upgrade Project Reaches Halfway Mark
Are Heavy Metals Toxic? Scientists Find Surprising New Clues in Yeast
Five Berkeley Lab Scientists Receive Prestigious Five-Year Research Grant
New effort to map universe, unravel mysteries of ‘dark energy’
Nathalie Palanque-Delabrouille to Lead Berkeley Lab’s Physics Division
Deep Forest Soils Lose Carbon as Temperatures Climb
We’ve Got Dirt on Soil Protists
Successful start of Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument, its ‘eyes’ designed by U-M researchers
How X-Rays Could Make Reliable, Rapid COVID-19 Tests a Reality
‘Cool Walls’ Get a Boost from U.S. Green Building Council
Successful launch of Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument, its ‘eyes’ designed by U-M researchers
Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument Officially Starts
Successful Start of Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument Follows Record-Setting Trial Run
Detector Technology Developed at Berkeley Lab Yields Unprecedented 3D Images, Heralding Far Larger Application to Study Neutrinos
Supernovae Twins Open Up New Possibilities for Precision Cosmology
Berkeley Lab Scientist’s Work Deciphering Early Universe Secrets Garners 2021 Gruber Cosmology Prize
First nanoscale look at a reaction that limits efficiency of generating clean hydrogen fuel
Limit global warming to 1.5°C and halve land ice contribution to sea level this century
Improved Desalination Process Also Removes Toxic Metals to Produce Clean Water
Meteorites Reveal Magnetic Record of Protoplanet Churn
Ion Beams Mean a Quantum Leap for Color-Center Qubits
Going Beyond Qubits: New Study Demonstrates Key Components for a Qutrit-Based Quantum Computer
Future Looks Bright for Infinitely Recyclable Plastic
How Techno-economic Analysis Can Improve Energy Technologies
To Design Truly Compostable Plastic, Scientists Take Cues From Nature
In Calculating Social Cost of Methane, Equity Matters
Advanced Light Source Upgrade Project Achieves Major Milestone
New research uncovers mysteries behind little swirling groups of atoms
From Smoky Skies to a Green Horizon: Scientists Convert Fire-Risk Wood into Biofuel
U.S. Power Sector is Halfway to Zero Carbon Emissions
X-Ray Study Recasts Role of Battery Material from Cathode to Catalyst
Spintronics Technology Revolution Could Be Just a Hopfion Away