Researchers demonstrated cryogen-free operation of a superconducting radio-frequency cavity that might ease barriers to its use in societal applications.
New studies identify key molecular characteristics to potentially separate rare earth metals cleanly and efficiently with light.
Precise positioning of oxygens could help engineer faster, more efficient energy-relevant chemical transformations.
Scientists unlock mystery that could help reduce emissions of fine particles from combustion engines and other sources.
Scientists improve our understanding of the relationship between fundamental forces by re-creating the earliest moments of the universe.
Water molecules line up tiny particles to attach and form minerals; understanding how this happens impacts energy extraction and storage along with waste disposal.
First direct measurement show how heavy particles containing a charm quark get caught up in the flow of early universe particle soup.
New detector enables electron microscope imaging at record-breaking resolution.
New method can make films of atomically thin carbon that are over a foot long.
U.S. and Korean scientists show how to find and use beneficial 3-D field perturbations to stabilize dangerous edge-localized modes in plasma.
A new approach to atom probe tomography promises more precise and accurate measurements vital to semiconductors used in computers, lasers, detectors, and more.
Scientists can now measure 3-D structures of tiny particles with properties that hold promise for advanced sensors and diagnostics.
Particle flow patterns suggest even small-scale collisions create drops of early universe quark-gluon plasma.
Scientists uncover a way to control terahertz radiation using tiny engineered particles in a magnetic field, potentially opening the doors for better medical and environmental sensors.
Efficient generation of photon pairs from modified carbon nanotubes shows path to new types of light sources.
Laboratory automation applied to complex radiochemical isolation of astatine-211 from cyclotron-bombarded targets.
Comparing new prediction to measurements of muons' precession could potentially help scientists discover new subatomic particles.
CMS observes Higgs boson decays into bottom quarks, furthering our knowledge of how the particles that make up matter behave.
New direct evidence for Higgs interactions with top and bottom quarks confirms its role in generating mass for constituents of matter.
Collaborative, open-source software and data platform accelerates systems biology research.
The element's unusual electron structure and behavior are vital to understanding and exploiting the chemical bonding and reactivity of the heavy elements.
Research offers new insights for maximizing sugar production in biofuel crops.
Model predicts smaller decrease in total corn yields than previous estimates.
Researchers developed a new self-generating lubricant with great potential for industrial applications.
Crests of watery waves breaking in oil may be the gatekeepers to transport vital chemicals in industrial separation process.