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Enabling Data-Driven Future of Microscopy
ORNL, VA collaboration proves value of process mining for large, complex datasets
ORNL industry collaboration enables job growth, N95 mask production in Florida
Colorado School of Mines researchers use neutrons to study weld-induced stress relief in renewable energy
National Virtual Biotechnology Laboratory Symposium
A river runs through it: Upgrades to Aquatic Ecology Laboratory facilitate mercury research
Emma Betters: Advancing machining and revitalizing industry
Discovery may lead to safer, more practical natural gas storage
Additively manufactured components by ORNL headed for TVA nuclear reactor
Six physicists elected 2020 Fellows of American Physical Society
Greene wins APS’s Bonner Prize for Nuclear Physics
Nuclear – Slowing corrosion
Census – Remote population counting
Blocking vibrations that remove heat could boost efficiency of next-gen solar cells
PNNL Technologies Garner Six R&D 100 Honors
Soteria Battery Innovation Group Signs Exclusive License and Option for a Battery Safety Technology by ORNL
Berkeley Lab Technologies Honored With 7 R&D 100 Awards
ORNL’s support of military reservists recognized with Pro Patria award
State committee recognizes ORNL’s support of military reservists with Pro Patria award
ORNL scientists help GE develop a unique ‘magnetic motor’
Neutrons reveal behavior of cholesterol in membranes
Scientists achieve higher precision weak force measurement between protons, neutrons
Novel cell membrane model could be key to uncovering new protein properties
Praises for Postdocs
New composite material revs up pursuit of advanced electric vehicles
ORNL’s neutron facilities offer remote access experiment opportunities
Prometheus Fuels licenses energy-saving ORNL ethanol-to-jet-fuel process
First fiber-optic nanotip electron gun enables easier nanoscale research
‘Floppy’ Atomic Dynamics Help Turn Heat into Electricity
UT, ORNL Researchers Make Breakthrough in Understanding Atomic-Scale Nature of Disordered Materials
Quantum light squeezes noise out of microscopy signals
Neutrons probe biological materials for insights into COVID-19 virus infection
New anode material could lead to safer fast-charging batteries
Nanomaterials – Short polymers, big impact
Tungsten isotope helps study how to armor future fusion reactors
Sulfur-scavenging bacteria could be key to making common component in plastic
A new method for making a key component of plastics
Researchers partner with national labs in DOE-funded collaborations to expand research in quantum sciences
Research team pairs 3D bioprinting and computer modeling to examine cancer spread in blood vessels
Caltech Faculty to Advance Future Quantum Science Efforts
ORNL, partners receive $115 million to establish Quantum Science Center
Princeton plays major role in new $115 million quantum science center
Extreme Chemistry of Nuclear Wastes
Faster, more efficient energy storage could stem from holistic study of layered materials
Scientists create protein models to explore toxic methylmercury formation
Spotlight on Innovation: Molten Salt Reactors for a Sustainable Clean Energy Transition
Novel 3D-printed device demonstrates enhanced capture of carbon dioxide emissions
Proposal Call 2021-A