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Researchers recreate deep-Earth conditions to see how iron copes with extreme stress
An economic summit for New Mexico’s future
Upgraded code finds source of damaging fusion disruptions
Underground tests dig into how heat affects salt-bed repository behavior
First results at Fermilab’s MicroBooNE experiment show no hint of sterile neutrino, and mark milestone
New results from MicroBooNE provide clues to particle physics mystery
Improved DOE exascale Earth system model two times faster than previous version
MicroBooNE experiment’s first results show no hint of sterile neutrino
UC Berkeley scientists to lead NASA’s newest space telescope
Citizen scientists’ contributions boon to snowpack modeling, OSU research shows
Seven ORNL technologies win R&D 100 research awards
Breakthrough proof clears path for quantum AI
“Elite neutralizing” antibody demonstrates long-term viral suppression in persons living with HIV in phase 1 trial
How Long Does Neutron Live?
IU physicists lead world’s most precise measurement of neutron lifetime
Physicists announce world’s most precise measurement of neutron lifetime
Seeking star stuff that made us
Silicon anodes muscle in on battery technology
R-cubed: Revolutionizing present, anticipating future
Researchers to study potential of Uinta Basin mineral resources with $1.5M grant
Lawrence Livermore researchers focus on fast flows in thermonuclear fusion
Diego Del-Castillo-Negrete to receive HENAAC award
NNSA taps Dell Technologies to provide expanded computing resources for stockpile stewardship
Lawrence Livermore’s pressing operations with high explosives reach new milestones
Researchers Testing Vaccine for Worldwide Swine Disease, PRRS
Penn State astrophysicist to lead $5.8 million NASA CubeSat mission
Effect of ‘eddy killing’ in oceans is no longer matter of guesswork
HIV Vaccine Candidate Does Not Sufficiently Protect Women Against HIV Infection
Effect of ‘eddy killing’ in oceans is no longer matter of guesswork
National Ignition Facility experiment puts researchers at threshold of fusion ignition
UNM scientists address flawed Born-Oppenheimer approximation in molecular collisions
CQuIC awarded $3 million from NSF to expand New Mexico’s standing as QIS national hub
Lighting way for nanotube innovation
LLNL hosts Test Site Verification Team orientation
Decades of research brings quantum dots to brink of widespread use
Physicist Erik Gilson joins Secretary of Energy in panel discussion on DOE internships
LLNL delivers eight Scorpius pulsed-power modules to Los Alamos
Novel method of imaging silicon anode degradation may lead to better batteries
SLAC partners with national labs and scientific publishing organizations on transgender-inclusive name-change process for published
New quantum research gives insights into how quantum light can be mastered
3Q: Why “nuclear batteries” offer a new approach to carbon-free energy
Thin, stretchable biosensors could make surgery safer
Printable Purdue biosensor simultaneously records, makes images of tissues and organs
Portable technology offers boost for nuclear security, arms control
Two Los Alamos scientists earn DOE Early Career Awards
Why arctic soil can go slip-sliding away
Spacetime crystals proposed by placing space and time on an equal footing
New Research Could Help Manufacturers Avoid 3D-Printing Pitfall