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News from the National Laboratories

28-May-2015
RAPTOR turbulent combustion code selected for next-gen supercomputer readiness project
DOE/Sandia National Laboratories

27-May-2015
Lawrence Livermore scientists 1 step closer to mimicking gamma-ray bursts
DOE/Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

26-May-2015
On-demand X-rays at synchrotron light sources
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

22-May-2015
Ames Laboratory intern awarded a NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
DOE/Ames Laboratory

21-May-2015
Lawrence Livermore researchers use seismic signals to track above-ground explosions
DOE/Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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News from Universities and Other Research Partners

27-May-2015
Pinpointing natural cancer drug's true origins brings sustainable production a step closer
University of Michigan

21-May-2015
OU professor named recipient of prestigious DOE Lawrence award
University of Oklahoma

20-May-2015
Scientists tackle mystery of thunderstorms that strike at night
National Center for Atmospheric Research/University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

18-May-2015
Exposure of US population to extreme heat could quadruple by mid-century
National Center for Atmospheric Research/University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

13-May-2015
Lehigh chemical engineer awarded DOE funding to design novel functional materials
Lehigh University

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Features

Carbon nanothreads from compressed benzene

Carbon nanothreads from compressed benzene

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Spiraling laser pulses could change the nature of graphene

Spiraling laser pulses could change the nature of graphene

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The 'why' of models

The 'why' of models

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Berkeley Lab scientist invents new technique to understand cloud behavior

Berkeley Lab scientist invents new technique to understand cloud behavior

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