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News from the National Laboratories

4-Feb-2016
Graphene is strong, but is it tough?
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

4-Feb-2016
Scientists take key step toward custom-made nanoscale chemical factories
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

4-Feb-2016
Story tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, February 2016
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

3-Feb-2016
Algae raceway paves path from lab to real-world applications
DOE/Sandia National Laboratories

2-Feb-2016
New galaxy-hunting sky camera sees redder better
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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News from Universities and Other Research Partners

5-Feb-2016
From allergens to anodes: Pollen derived battery electrodes
Purdue University

3-Feb-2016
Phosphine as a superconductor? Sure, but the story may be complicated
University at Buffalo

3-Feb-2016
Galactic center's gamma rays unlikely to originate from dark matter, evidence shows
Princeton University

2-Feb-2016
Extracting rare-earth elements from coal could soon be economical in US
Penn State

28-Jan-2016
Small is different
Technical University of Munich (TUM)

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Features

Canfield to head APS Condensed Matter Division

Canfield to head APS Condensed Matter Division

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A mile-deep campus

A mile-deep campus

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Nondestructive testing: Sandia looks inside composites

Nondestructive testing: Sandia looks inside composites

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Tiniest particles shrink before exploding when hit with SLAC's X-ray laser

Tiniest particles shrink before exploding when hit with SLAC's X-ray laser

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