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News from the National Laboratories

22-Jan-2015
California's policies can significantly cut greenhouse gas emissions through 2030
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

20-Jan-2015
ORNL model explores location of future US population growth
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

16-Jan-2015
R&K Cyber Solutions licenses ORNL malware detection technology
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

16-Jan-2015
Solving an organic semiconductor mystery
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

15-Jan-2015
Argonne model analyzes biofuel impacts
DOE/Argonne National Laboratory

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News from Universities and Other Research Partners

23-Jan-2015
Silver nanowires demonstrate unexpected self-healing mechanism
Northwestern University

23-Jan-2015
Calculating the future of solar-fuel refineries
University of Wisconsin-Madison

21-Jan-2015
Self-powered intelligent keyboard could provide a new layer of security
Georgia Institute of Technology

21-Jan-2015
Sequestration on shaky ground
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

20-Jan-2015
Greenland Ice: The warmer it gets the faster it melts
Penn State

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Features

SLAC scientists search for new ways to deal with US uranium ore processing legacy

SLAC scientists search for new ways to deal with US uranium ore processing legacy

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Pinpointing the magnetic moments of nuclear matter

Pinpointing the magnetic moments of nuclear matter

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SLAC's Peter Rowson named American Physical Society fellow

SLAC's Peter Rowson named American Physical Society fellow

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RHIC physics feeds future high-tech workforce: Ágnes Mócsy

RHIC physics feeds future high-tech workforce: Ágnes Mócsy

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