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News from the National Laboratories

24-Jul-2014
ORNL study reveals new characteristics of complex oxide surfaces
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

21-Jul-2014
Three PNNL staff elected to membership in state academy
DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

17-Jul-2014
IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Society Merit Award honors Sandia radiation effects expert
DOE/Sandia National Laboratories

17-Jul-2014
First ab initio method for characterizing hot carriers
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

17-Jul-2014
Peering into giant planets from in and out of this world
DOE/Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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News from Universities and Other Research Partners

24-Jul-2014
New approach to form non-equilibrium structures
Northwestern University

23-Jul-2014
Spinach could lead to alternative energy more powerful than Popeye
Purdue University

21-Jul-2014
Penn study: Understanding graphene's electrical properties on an atomic level
University of Pennsylvania

18-Jul-2014
It's go time for LUX-Zeplin dark matter experiment
Yale University

17-Jul-2014
Tiniest catch: University of Arizona scientists' fishing expedition reveals viral diversity in the sea
University of Arizona

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Features

Sandia ensures US nuclear weapons deterrent can remain effective, credible

Sandia ensures US nuclear weapons deterrent can remain effective, credible

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Hot plasma partial to bootstrap current

Hot plasma partial to bootstrap current

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Supercomputers reveal strange, stress-induced transformations in world's thinnest materials

Supercomputers reveal strange, stress-induced transformations in world's thinnest materials

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Ames Laboratory home to first-in-nation DNP-NMR instrument to study materials

Ames Laboratory home to first-in-nation DNP-NMR instrument to study materials

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