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Los Alamos National Laboratory moves 500 employees to Santa Fe, signs lease on Pacheco Street office complex
Prescribed burns and other low-intensity fires are highly responsive to changes in winds
Vaccine development software shows promise in influenza effort, could help defeat coronavirus
Researchers discover new COVID-19 variation in New Mexico population
Quantum quirk yields giant magnetic effect, where none should exist
A look into mysteries of proton structure and dynamics of antiquarks and gluons
Record-high Arctic freshwater will flow through Canadian waters, affecting marine environment and Atlantic ocean currents
Machine learning aids in simulating dynamics of interacting atoms
Lack of symmetry in qubits can’t fix errors in quantum computing, but might explain matter/antimatter imbalance
Unique study of isolated bobcat population confirms accuracy of extinction model
Los Alamos National Laboratory staff recognized for outstanding response to pandemic and more
Mutation in SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein Renders Virus Up to Eight Times More Infectious
Colloidal quantum dot lasers poised to come of age
Public invited to Mars rover landing virtual after-party
Research on transition phenomena to aid in improving safety of explosives
Perseverance rover takes New Mexico to Mars
New machine learning theory that can be applied to fusion energy raises questions about very nature of science
New virtual platform shows students science behind everyday objects
Los Alamos National Laboratory signs lease on Santa Fe office
Two Los Alamos Medal winners recognized for revolutionary contributions
$2.5 million grant benefits students, businesses, and communities in Northern New Mexico
Laboratory spent $413 million with New Mexico small businesses in FY 2020
Discoveries at Edge of Periodic Table: First Ever Measurements of Einsteinium
Physics team examines impact of space weather on power grids
Team led by PPPL physicist wins major supercomputer time to help develop fusion energy
Research could dramatically lower cost of electron sources
It’s Elemental: Ultra-trace Detector Tests Gold Purity
Forests with diverse tree sizes and small clearings hinder wildland fire growth
Newly identified tiny mineral named for Los Alamos and U. Wisconsin scientists
Employee holiday gift drive raises $58,000 and buys more than 2,500 gifts
‘Garbage to Gas: Using Biodigesters to Create Energy’ wins 2020 New Mexico Governor’s STEM Challenge
Los Alamos study hopes to characterize and optimize ventilator treatment for Covid-19
Colliding stars reveal fundamental properties of matter and space-time
New diagnostic isotope to enhance targeted alpha therapy for cancer
Stronger Cobalt for Fuel Cells
Scientists Recruit New Atomic Heavyweights in Targeted Fight Against Cancer
AI reveals first direct observation of rupture propagation during slow quakes
Study finds fluorine as possible substitute for lithium in rechargeable batteries
Breakthrough material makes pathway to hydrogen use for fuel cells under hot, dry conditions
Curtin collision models impact future of energy
An escape route for seafloor methane
AAAS and Los Alamos announce 2020 Fellows
ORNL joins effort to make plastic more recyclable
Novel chemical process a first step to making nuclear fuel with fire
DisrupTECH features superior plastics recycling, smart software, predictive mapping
Los Alamos announces details of new computational storage deployment
Study reveals how to improve natural gas production in shale
Rare ‘superbolt’ flashes found to be 1,000 times brighter than normal lightning