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News from the National Laboratories

2-Sep-2015
Making fuel from light
DOE/Argonne National Laboratory

1-Sep-2015
Made from solar concentrate
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

1-Sep-2015
Story tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, September 2015
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

31-Aug-2015
Tiny drops of early universe 'perfect' fluid
DOE/Brookhaven National Laboratory

31-Aug-2015
Gaming computers offer huge, untapped energy savings potential
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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News from Universities and Other Research Partners

4-Sep-2015
Rochester researchers awarded $1.5 million to develop a technology to concentrate sunlight
University of Rochester

3-Sep-2015
'Littlest' quark-gluon plasma revealed by physicists using Large Hadron Collider
University of Kansas

3-Sep-2015
Microscopic animals inspire innovative glass research
University of Chicago

2-Sep-2015
For 2-D boron, it's all about that base
Rice University

31-Aug-2015
Team harnesses intense X-ray beam, observes unusual phenomenon for the first time
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

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Features

Researchers see 'spin current' in motion for the first time

Researchers see 'spin current' in motion for the first time

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Time-lapse analysis offers new look at how cells repair DNA damage

Time-lapse analysis offers new look at how cells repair DNA damage

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Global team seeks individual X-ray portraits of active viruses, bacteria and cell components

Global team seeks individual X-ray portraits of active viruses, bacteria and cell components

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Q&A: Researchers explain a strange high-intensity result at SLAC's X-ray laser

Q&A: Researchers explain a strange high-intensity result at SLAC's X-ray laser

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