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News from the National Laboratories

28-Aug-2014
Ames Laboratory scientists named 'Most Influential Scientific Minds'
DOE/Ames Laboratory

27-Aug-2014
Rubber meets the road with new ORNL carbon, battery technologies
DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory

27-Aug-2014
Encyclopedia of how genomes function gets much bigger
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

26-Aug-2014
Breakthrough antibacterial approach could resolve serious skin infections
DOE/Los Alamos National Laboratory

26-Aug-2014
Composition of Earth's mantle revisited
DOE/Argonne National Laboratory

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News from Universities and Other Research Partners

26-Aug-2014
Scientists craft atomically seamless, thinnest-possible semiconductor junctions
University of Washington

25-Aug-2014
Researchers find boron facilitates stem cell growth and development in corn
University of Missouri-Columbia

25-Aug-2014
Rice's OpenStax College will add 10 new titles by 2017
Rice University

20-Aug-2014
High school students discover stars at SMU research program
Southern Methodist University

13-Aug-2014
Eco-friendly 'pre-fab nanoparticles' could revolutionize nano manufacturing
University of Massachusetts at Amherst

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Features

Materials scientists play atomic 'Jenga' and make a surprising discovery

Materials scientists play atomic 'Jenga' and make a surprising discovery

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Neutron science workshops seek to define field's grand challenges

Neutron science workshops seek to define field's grand challenges

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Scientists learn to control reactions with the shape of a rare-earth catalyst

Scientists learn to control reactions with the shape of a rare-earth catalyst

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Oak Ridge supercomputer turns the tide for consumer products research

Oak Ridge supercomputer turns the tide for consumer products research

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