Scientists are developing better models that describe both neutrino and antineutrino data, which can offer insights into the nature of the universe.
Neutral pion production is a major character in a story of mistaken identity worthy of an Agatha Christie novel.
MicroBooNE neutrino experiment cuts through the noise, clearing the way for signals made by the hard-to-detect particle.
Optimizing lithium-sulfur battery electrolytes for long life.
New spectroscopic technique measures heat in itty-bitty volumes that could reveal insights for electronics and energy technology.
Scientists use new X-ray technique to see how water moves at the molecular level.
A non-twisting laser beam moving through magnetized plasma turns into an optical vortex that traps, rotates, and controls microscopic particles, opening new frontiers in imaging.
Just like lightning, fusion plasmas contain odd electromagnetic whistler waves that could control destructive electrons in fusion reactors.
Energetic ions and beam heating cause or calm instabilities, depending on the tokamak's magnetic field.
DOE and MURR partner to ensure scientists have access to essential research isotopes.
Scientists obtain the first exclusive measurement of deeply virtual Compton scattering of electrons off helium-4, vital to obtaining an unambiguous 3-D view of quarks and gluons within nuclei.
Catalog of candidate genes involved in plant-microbe relationships.
Researchers develop a method of identifying gene expression patterns in drought-resistant plants.
New algorithm lets biologists harness massively parallel supercomputers to make sense of a protein "data deluge."
Magnesium ions move very fast to enable a new class of battery materials.
Scientists directly see how the atoms in a magnesium-based battery fit into the structure of electrodes.
Scientists mimic a worm's lethal jaw to design and form resilient materials.
Converting laser light into nuclear vibrations is key to switching a material's properties on and off for future electronics.
Scientists demonstrated that powerful acids heal certain structural defects in synthetic films.
Novel engineered polymers assemble buckyballs into columns using a conventional coating process.
Lasting just a few hundred billionths of a billionth of a second, these bursts offer new tool to study chemistry and magnetism.
First demonstration of high-pressure metastability mapping with ultrafast X-ray diffraction shows objects aren't as large as previously thought.
Using genetic engineering, scientists improve biomass growth and conversion in woody and grassy feedstocks.
Novel observations suggest a great potential of measuring global gross primary production via solar-induced fluorescence.
Multiple plausible hypotheses in how maximum photosynthetic rates scale across the Earth lead to substantial variability in predicting carbon uptake.