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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory offers software tools for bioscience research and development | Business

BERKELEY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–March 8, 2022– Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), a national laboratory of the United States Department of Energy, has launched a digital brochure featuring 16 open and closed source software and tools for research and development in…

Physicists discover a method to emulate nonlinear quantum electrodynamics in the lab

Key search result On the big screen, in video games, and in our imaginations, lightsabers blaze and clasp when they collide. In reality, like in a laser light show, the beams of light pass through each other, creating spider web…

Granholm Announces $3 Million for Net-Zero Carbon Research at HBCUs | New Policies

By MEG Kinnard, Associated Press ORANGEBURG, SC (AP) — U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm announced Thursday that $3 million in federal funding would be directed to historically black colleges and universities, and other minority-serving institutions, to research that she says…

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory unveils ASIC chip failure bypass system

BERKELEY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Scientists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have developed a technique to automatically bypass failed application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) deployed in large networks by dynamically rerouting them around them. In the new system, called “Hydra I/O”, each…

Third Annual STEM Event Connects Students to Argonne

For students from underrepresented communities, access to top science internships has not been easy to obtain in the past. To remedy this problem and give some of America’s brightest students the opportunity to learn and discover alongside professional scientists, the…

Fermilab PhD student receives outstanding research award for his thesis

The American Physical Society has awarded Ihar Lobach its 2022 Award for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Research in Beam Physics. Cited for “his outstanding research contributions to our understanding of undulator radiation fluctuations and for developing an experimental method to determine…

Scientists create strange quantum ‘domain walls’ in the lab

Researchers at the University of Chicago have discovered how to create and manipulate a quantum phenomenon known as the “domain wall” – represented in this image by the lighter line between two groups of atoms. (Image adapted and color added…

UChicago scientists create strange quantum ‘domain walls’ in the lab

Scientists from the University of Chicago have been able to create a new type of quantum object in the laboratory at will: “domain walls”. This discovery can help researchers better understand exotic quantum particles and could suggest avenues for new…

DOE nuclear physics program strategy includes neutrinoless double beta decay experiments at Wright Lab

The US Department of Energy’s (DOE) nuclear physics program is pursuing an international strategy to fund three ton-scale experiments – CUPID, nEXO and LEGEND-1000 – that are sensitive enough to search for evidence of a double beta decay without neutrinos…

Adjunct Researcher – Neutrino Physics in Upton, NY for Brookhaven National Laboratory

Details Job : 03-Feb-22 Site: Upton, NY Education required: PhD Categories: Nuclear physics Physics: Particle Physics: Physics Sector: Government and National Laboratory Work function: Research and development Brookhaven National Laboratory (www.bnl.gov) delivers scientific discoveries and transformative technologies to power and…

Over 60 Lab Staff Recognized With DOE Secretary’s Honor Awards – Los Alamos Reporter

DOE Sec. Jennifer M. Granholm/Courtesy Photo LANL PRESS RELEASE More than 60 personnel from four different teams at Los Alamos National Laboratory recently received honorary awards from Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer M. Granholm — the highest honor an employee…

Better than donuts? Here are a dozen baker’s find stories from 2021 at PPPL that you don’t want to miss.

Newswise – The year 2021 heralded a new era in scientific exploration for the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) of the United States Department of Energy (DOE). The lab has completely expanded from fusion energy research to the science of…

Using artificial intelligence to see the plasma benefit of fusion experiments in new ways

Two-dimensional pressure fluctuations are visualized within a magnetically confined three-dimensional fusion plasma simulation. With recent advances in machine learning techniques, these types of partial observations offer new ways to test models of reduced turbulence both in theory and in experimentation….

See plasma at the forefront of fusion experiments in new ways using artificial intelligence

To make fusion energy a viable resource for the global energy grid, researchers must understand the turbulent motion of plasmas: a mixture of ions and electrons swirling around in reactor vessels. Plasma particles, following magnetic field lines in toroidal chambers…

See the benefit of plasma fusion experiments in a new way with artificial intelligence | MIT News

To make fusion energy a viable resource for the global energy grid, researchers must understand the turbulent motion of plasmas: a mixture of ions and electrons swirling around in reactor vessels. Plasma particles, following magnetic field lines in toroidal chambers…

Oak Ridge National Laboratory supercomputers support Nobel Prize-winning research

Newswise – In October, a scientist whose research was supported by supercomputer modeling and simulation efforts at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) shared the Nobel Prize for chemistry 2021. The award-winning duo, Benjamin List…

FLC partners with Los Alamos National Laboratory to promote Indigenous women in physics – The Journal

Two students selected for an internship with nuclear and particle physicists Two students from Fort Lewis College have been chosen to be the first participants in an internship program developed by the college and the Los Alamos National Laboratory to…

FLC Partners with Los Alamos National Laboratory to Promote Indigenous Women in Physics – The Durango Herald

Two students selected for an internship with nuclear and particle physicists Two students from Fort Lewis College have been chosen to be the first participants in an internship program developed by the college and the Los Alamos National Laboratory to…

Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Tuskegee University Collaborate on Advanced Research on Bioderative Materials

Newswise – The Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Tuskegee University have formed a partnership to develop new biodegradable materials for use in buildings, transportation, and biomedical applications. The collaboration combines ORNL’s expertise in biosciences, high performance computing…

Electrons set the stage for neutrino experiments – Solving the mystery of the origins of our matter-dominated universe

Neutrinos interacting with nuclei. Credit: DOE’s Jefferson Lab Early-career nuclear physicists show that a better understanding of how neutrinos interact with matter is needed to get the most out of future experiments. Neutrinos could be the key to finally solving…

Electrons set the stage for neutrino experiments

Neutrinos could hold the key to finally solving the mystery of the origins of our matter-dominated universe, and preparations are underway for two major billion-dollar experiments to unlock the secrets of the particles. Now, a team of nuclear physicists has…

The art of mixing: metamorphosis and shock waves – USC Viterbi

Evolution of structures at different times, from left to right. Changes in shape and color are associated with merge and split events. IMAGE / IVAN BERMEJO-MORENO. Have you ever experimented with food coloring? This can make cooking a lot more…

Strategic Laboratory Leadership Program extends to laboratories across the country%

Editor’s Note: This item was originally published by the University of Chicago. In 2007, a new leadership training initiative for scientists at the Argonne National Laboratory and the Fermi Accelerator National Laboratory was launched as a small pilot project. This…

Scientists create extreme conditions for Earth’s outer core reaching 3,796 ° C inside laboratory

In a remarkable development, scientists at the University of Lille in France created the conditions of intense pressure, found in the outer core of the Earth, within a laboratory. We know that the outer core of our planet is made…

Compact fusion power plant concept uses advanced physics to improve power generation

Through US Department of Energy November 8, 2021 The Compact Advanced Tokamak (CAT) is a potentially economical solution for fusion power generation that takes advantage of advances in simulation and technology. Credit: Image courtesy of General Atomics. Tokamak graphic modified…

Research Physicist at, NJ for Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL)

The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory is a world-class fusion energy research laboratory operated by Princeton University for the Office of Science of the US Department of Energy. PPPL is dedicated to developing the scientific and technological knowledge base for fusion…

Associate Research Physicist, NJ for Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL)

PPPL has an open postdoctoral position in the field of digital plasma physics, to play a key role in tokamak applications and the development of the Gkeyll code, which uses advanced discontinuous Galerkin algorithms to simulate plasmas with different levels…

Research Physicist – Computational Science at, NJ for Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL)

PPPL has an early career researcher position open in the field of computational plasma physics to play a key role in the application and development of the Gkeyll code to astrophysical systems. The successful candidate will develop new plasma simulation…

Michael Campbell retires as Director of the Laser Energy Lab: NewsCenter

October 26, 2021 Campbell, which has attracted record funding for the Laser Energy Laboratory (LLE) and fostered stronger relationships with federal and state governments, universities, industry and between LLE and River Campus, will step down in December . Michael Campbell….

BICEP3 tightens the limits of cosmic inflation

Physicists looking for signs of primordial gravitational waves by sifting through the first light in the cosmos – the cosmic diffuse background (CMB) – have reported their findings: still nothing. But far from a failure, the latest results of the…

Nuclear diagnostics – Scientist in Livermore, CA for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Join us and make YOUR mark on the world! Are you interested in joining some of the brightest talents in the world to strengthen the security of the United States? Join Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) where our employees apply…

Applied Scientist in Livermore, CA for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Join us and make YOUR mark on the world! Are you interested in joining some of the brightest talents in the world to strengthen the security of the United States? Join Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) where our employees apply…

Experiments confirm the unique response of a quantum material to circularly polarized laser light

Newswise – When the COVID-19 pandemic ended experiments at the Department of Energy’s National SLAC Accelerator Lab early last year, Shambhu Ghimire’s research group was forced to find another way to study an intriguing research target: quantum materials known as…

Topological insulators conduct electricity on their surfaces but not through their interiors. – ScienceDaily

When the COVID-19 pandemic ended experiments at the Department of Energy’s National Accelerator Laboratory SLAC early last year, Shambhu Ghimire’s research group was forced to find another way to to study an intriguing research target: quantum materials known as topological…

Experiments confirm the uniq of a quantum material

Image: Laser light is generally linearly polarized, which means that its waves oscillate in only one direction – up and down, in the example on the left. But it can also be circularly polarized, to the right, so that its…

Three scientists from Los Alamos National Laboratory elected 2021 members of the American Physical Society

Left 2021 APS Fellows Eric Brown, Nathan Moody and Takeyasu Ito. Courtesy / LANL LANL News: Three scientists from the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) were elected members by the American Physical Society (APS). The new APS fellows are Eric…

Design Physicist in Livermore, CA for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Join us and make YOUR mark on the world! Are you interested in joining some of the brightest talents in the world to strengthen the security of the United States? Join Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) where our employees apply…

Scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory win top prizes in nationwide competition to help improve power grid

Los Alamos National Laboratory scientists Hassan Hijazi, left, and Carleton Coffrin developed algorithms that won top prizes in a national competition to help improve the resilience of the power grid. Courtesy / LANL LANL News: Two scientists from the Los…

LANL Honors Four Awards for Research and Leadership with Lab Fellow Awards – Los Alamos Reporter

LANL Researchers, clockwise from top left: Andrew Gaunt, Bill Daughton, Eva Birnbaum and Cristiano Nisoli will be honored by the LANL Fellows Prizes. Photo courtesy of LANL LANL PRESS RELEASE Four researchers from the Los Alamos National Laboratory will be…

Four Los Alamos researchers named 2021 Laboratory Fellows

Newswise – Los Alamos, NM, September 30, 2021 – Four researchers were named 2021 Los Alamos National Laboratory Fellows: Baolian Cheng, Elizabeth Hunke, David A. Smith and Blas Uberuaga. “To be a member of the lab is to be a…

Four Los Alamos researchers named 2021 lab fellows – Los Alamos Reporter

The 2021 Los Alamos National Laboratory Fellows are: Elizabeth Hunke and Baolian Cheng, top row, and David A. Smith and Blas Uberuaga, bottom row. Photo courtesy of LANL LANL PRESS RELEASE Four researchers were named 2021 Los Alamos National Laboratory…

Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory and Hewlett Packard Enterprise Prepare for Exascale Era with New Test Bed Supercomputer

Newswise – The new Argonne National Laboratory system, Polaris, built by HPE, will optimize AI, engineering and scientific projects for the future Aurora exascale supercomputer. MOUNT, He is HOUSTON, August 25, 2021 – The United States Department of Energy Argonne…

Experiments prove quantum computational errors are correlated, linked to cosmic rays

In experiments at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, researchers found that fluctuations in the electrical charge of several quantum bits, or “qubits,” can be strongly correlated, as opposed to completely random and independent. The team also linked tiny disturbances causing errors…

Christopher Deeney Appointed Deputy Director of the Laser Energetics Laboratory : NewsCenter

August 18, 2021 Christopher Deeney. (photo Andrea Starr) A science and innovation leader, Deeney brings extensive experience in managing complex operations to this new role at the University’s Laser Lab. Christopher Deeney will join the University of Rochester as Deputy…

Researchers design new experiments to map and test the quantum domain – Harvard Gazette

In their study published in Nature, Ni and his team set out to identify all the possible outcomes of the energy state, start to finish, of a reaction between two molecules of potassium and rubidium, a reaction more complex than…

‘Tending’ results of 2 experiments defy the rules of physics

Preliminary results from two experiments suggest that something is wrong with the way physicists think the universe works, a prospect that has baffled and delighted the field of particle physics. Tiny particles called muons don’t quite do what they’re expected…

Department of Energy to provide $ 100 million for particle physics research

The US Department of Energy (DOE) announced last Thursday that $ 100 million in new and renewed university grants for the study of high energy physics. The grants are expected to cover all research in particle physics, including work based…