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News from the National Laboratories

16-Apr-2015
ORNL researchers contribute to major UN bioenergy and sustainability report
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

16-Apr-2015
Major advance in artificial photosynthesis poses win/win for the environment
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

15-Apr-2015
Packing heat: New fluid makes untapped geothermal energy cleaner
DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

15-Apr-2015
OLCF selects application readiness projects to prepare for Summit supercomputer
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

14-Apr-2015
Relativistic heavy ion collider smashes record for polarized proton luminosity
DOE/Brookhaven National Laboratory

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News from Universities and Other Research Partners

20-Apr-2015
Better battery imaging paves way for renewable energy future
University of Wisconsin-Madison

20-Apr-2015
Iowa State, Ames Lab scientists describe protein pumps that allow bacteria to resist drugs
Iowa State University

17-Apr-2015
Beyond the lithium ion -- a significant step toward a better performing battery
University of Illinois at Chicago

16-Apr-2015
Study finds that maize roots have evolved to be more nitrogen efficient
Penn State

16-Apr-2015
Nanotubes with 2 walls have singular qualities
Rice University

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Features

SLAC and Stanford's James D. Bjorken receives 2015 High Energy and Particle Physics Prize

SLAC and Stanford's James D. Bjorken receives 2015 High Energy and Particle Physics Prize

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A potential Rosetta Stone of high temperature superconductivity

A potential Rosetta Stone of high temperature superconductivity

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Electrolyte genome could be battery game-changer

Electrolyte genome could be battery game-changer

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Researchers create a new map of invisible dark matter

Researchers create a new map of invisible dark matter

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