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11-Apr-2014
Oak Ridge National Laboratory researchers contribute to prestigious climate report
Thomas Wilbanks and Benjamin Preston, both of the Climate Change Science Institute at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, are among the 309 coordinating lead authors of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's Working Group II report. The report, which was released in Japan on March 31, found that climate change isn't just a problem for future generations, but also impacts humans in the present day.

Contact: Dawn Levy
levyd@ornl.gov
865-576-6448
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

29-Jan-2014
Letting in the light
Oak Ridge National Laboratory is developing a low-cost, transparent, anti-soiling coating for solar reflectors to optimize energy efficiency while lowering operating and maintenance costs and avoiding negative environmental impacts.

Contact: Bill Cabage
cabagewh@ornl.gov
865-574-4399
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

16-Dec-2013
Titan simulates earthquake physics necessary for safer building design
Researchers with the Southern California Earthquake Center are using ORNL's Titan supercomputer to prepare the state for its next big earthquake.

Contact: Jeff Gary
garyjd@ornl.gov
865-574-8066
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

16-Dec-2013
Simulation shuffles protons and electrons
Plants solved the solar energy challenge billions of years ago, with photosynthesis.

Contact: Jeff Gary
garyjd@ornl.gov
865-574-8066
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

2-Jul-2013
Materials for measuring the universe

Physicists have their own version of the "butterfly effect" that hinges on precise measurements of one of the building blocks of the universe.


Contact: Media Relations
865-574-4160
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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