Unprecedented characterization of subsurface electronic states could lead to better semiconductors and seeing new interactions.
Multiple techniques to characterize an enzyme complex shed light on how bacteria create particles and contribute to global cycles.
This is one in a series of profiles on directors of the SC-stewarded user facilities. This profile features Sergei Nagaitsev, director of the Fermilab Accelerator Complex.
Study shows how aerosols interacting with clouds can be accurately captured by sparse set of representative particles.
Where does the heat go when a glass melts into a liquid? Not to changing the vibrations of atoms....
Engineered stacked perovskite layers harvest light or create light via layer edges.
Including phosphorus in predictions of photosynthesis may improve models of tropical forests where the supply of the nutrient is limited.
New open-source software simulates river and runoff resources.
Arctic Photosynthetic Capacity and Carbon Dioxide Assimilation Underestimated by Terrestrial Biosphere Models
New measurements offer data vital to projecting plant response to environmental changes.
Non-destructive technique identifies key variations in Alaskan soils, quickly providing insights into carbon levels.
Plasma physicists significantly improve the vertical stability of a Korean fusion device.
Crumpling reduces rigidity in an otherwise stiff material, making it less prone to catastrophic failure.
New approach offers data across species, sites, and canopies, providing insights into carbon uptake by forests.
The magnetic noise caused by adsorbed oxygen molecules is "eating at" the phase stability of quantum bits, mitigating the noise is vital for future quantum computers.
An electric field switches the conductivity on and off in atomic-scale channels, which could allow for upgrades at will.
Water passes through human-made straws faster than the "gold standard" protein, allowing us to filter seawater.
Machine learning and neural networks are the foundation of artificial intelligence and image recognition, but now they offer a bridge to see and recognize exotic insulating phases in quantum materials.
A revolutionary material harbors magnetism and massless electrons that travel near the speed of light--for future ultrasensitive, high-efficiency electronics and sensors.
Observed atomic dynamics helps explain bizarre flow without friction that has been puzzling scientists for decades.
Electrons are forced to the edge of the road on a thin sheet of tungsten ditelluride.
Detector measures the energy a neutrino imparts to protons and neutrons to help explain the nature of matter and the universe.
Using two types of "designer" quantum dots, researchers are creating double-pane solar windows that generate electricity with greater efficiency and create shading and insulation for good measure. It's all made possible by a new window architecture which utilizes two different layers of low-cost quantum dots tuned to absorb different parts of the solar spectrum.
Real-time imaging shows how hydrogen causes oxygen to leave a buried surface, transforming an oxide into a metal.
Simply applying a small voltage dramatically changes the atomic structure, vital to creating materials for advanced computer memory.
Microwave heating significantly alters Alfven waves, offering insights into the physics of the waves themselves.