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DOE SCIENCE NEWS BY TOPIC: Physical Sciences
DOE provides the majority (approximately 90%) of federal support for high-energy and nuclear physics research, which uses advanced accelerator facilities as well as detectors placed underground and in space to understand the fundamental nature of matter, energy, space, time and the properties and interactions of atomic nuclei and nuclear matter.

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Brookhaven summer intern reveals the cutting edge of NSLS-II

Brookhaven summer intern reveals the cutting edge of NSLS-II

This summer, DOE's Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship program paired Bozeat with NSLS-II engineer Christopher Eng, who enlisted the student's help in designing the magnet assemblies that comprise NSLS-II's undulators -- devices that wiggle the electron beam to emit brighter X-rays.

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The critical second: CMI's second year doubles research milestones

The Department of Energy's Critical Materials Institute, led by Ames Laboratory, has more than doubled its research accomplishments in its second year, bringing the total number of invention disclosures to 34. The CMI addresses possible of shortages in rare-earth and other materials necessary for clean energy technologies like wind turbines, electric vehicles, efficient lighting, advanced batteries, and other products used by Americans every day.

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The critical second: CMI's second year doubles research milestones

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Lab News Releases
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Tiny drops of early universe 'perfect' fluid
DOE/Brookhaven National Laboratory

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Team harnesses intense X-ray beam, observes unusual phenomenon for the first time
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

31-Aug-2015
World's most powerful digital camera sees construction green light
DOE/SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

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