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  1. BNL team uses distant cues to see shrubs, trees

    – TBR newsmedia, June 12, 2018

  2. From leaves to clouds—revealing how trees' emissions shape the air around us

    – phys.org, May 31, 2018

  3. Rejuvenating zinc batteries

    – Nature.com, May 23, 2018

  4. How Are Plants Constructed? — Chromatography Explores

    – Chromatography Today, May 22, 2018

  5. Could the Large Hadron Collider Collide a Sandwich?

    – Gizmodo, May 22, 2018

  6. LASSO Case Study: Simulations Sharpen View of Cloud Cover

    – ARM Climate Research Facility, May 20, 2018

  7. The New Feedstock Frontier

    – Biodiesel Magazine, May 17, 2018

  8. Watch kid scientists share their 'advanced' ideas

    – Newsday, May 9, 2018

  9. Budding scientists bring projects to Brookhaven lab's science fair

    – Newsday, May 9, 2018

  10. 15 Patents That Changed the World

    – Popular Mechanics, April 27, 2018

  11. Muons spin tales of undiscovered particles

    – anl.gov, April 19, 2018

  12. Spacesuit survival

    – Aerospace Testing International, April 18, 2018

  13. The world's largest astronomical movie

    – Symmetry Magazine, April 17, 2018

  14. U.S. Department of Energy Funding Opportunity Opens Doors for Graduate Students

    – ARM Climate Research Facility, April 15, 2018

  15. Great Neck South Middle School team wins regional Science Bowl

    – Newsday, March 30, 2018

  16. Nickel Is the New Key to Recycling C02 Emissions

    – Design News, March 30, 2018

  17. CERN Researchers Think They Saw Rare Particle Decay That Could Lead to New Physics

    – Gizmodo, March 29, 2018

  18. CERN Researchers Think They Saw Rare Particle Decay That Could Lead to New Physics

    – Gizmodo, March 29, 2018

  19. How to Spot a Nuclear Bomb Program? Look for Ghostly Particles

    – New York Times, March 27, 2018

  20. Turning Up the Heat on Remote Research Plots Without Electricity

    – DOE Science News Source, March 19, 2018

  21. SBU, BNL's Karen Chen-Wiegart studies deterioration in centuries-old art

    – TBR News Media, March 6, 2018

  22. Individual atoms may turn carbon dioxide into an energy source

    – Cosmos magazine, March 5, 2018

  23. Using Nickel Atoms To Convert CO2 Into Usable Energy [Infographic]

    – Forbes.com, March 3, 2018

  24. Precise Layer Growth in a Superlattice Controls Electron Coupling and Magnetism

    – anl.gov, March 2, 2018

  25. My year as a fed

    – Science Magazine, March 2, 2018

  26. Science gets modest reprieve in Trump budget

    – Science Magazine, February 16, 2018

  27. Why Measuring a Tiny, Spinning Particle Is Such a Big Deal

    – Live Science, February 8, 2018

  28. Dr. Paul Falkowski & Dr. James J. McCarthy Win The Tyler Prize For Environmental Achievement.

    – The Odyssey Online, February 6, 2018

  29. Particle Physics: What's an Odderon, and Did CERN Just Reveal it Exists?

    – Newsweek, February 5, 2018

  30. SBU, BNL scientists collaborate to see catalysts in action

    – TBR News Media, February 3, 2018

  31. For Clouds and Aerosols, a Renewed Three-year Look at Small-scale Processes

    – Atmospheric System Research, January 29, 2018

  32. This Surprising Discovery Could Lead To Better Batteries In The Future

    – Forbes, January 28, 2018

  33. 'Invisible glass' created at BNL has broad uses, researchers say

    – Newsday, January 28, 2018

  34. North Fork schools collect candy and more for the troops

    – Suffolk Times, January 28, 2018

  35. Muon's magnetism could point to new physics

    – Science Magazine, January 26, 2018

  36. 'Knowledge Is Power' for HR Business Partner

    – Society for Human Resource Management, January 25, 2018

  37. Ionic liquids: a step closer to clean technology

    – The European Synchrotron, January 22, 2018

  38. What's Hot, Dense, and Spins Like Crazy?

    – Yale Scientific, January 17, 2018

  39. Arctic Photosynthetic Capacity and Carbon Dioxide Assimilation Underestimated by Terrestrial Biosphere Models

    – DOE Science News Source, January 17, 2018

  40. Remotely Predicting Leaf Age in Tropical Forests

    – DOE Science News Source, January 17, 2018

  41. Physicists shocked after spotting particles wildly spinning in the 'wrong' direction

    – International Business Times, January 13, 2018

  42. Physicists Observe Completely Unexpected Effect in Collisions Between Gold and Protons

    – Gizmodo, January 10, 2018

  43. Physics: Spinning Protons Change Direction When They Collide With Larger Particles, 'Shocking' Scientists

    – Newsweek.com, January 9, 2018

  44. How Physicists Recycled WWII Ships and Artillery to Unlock the Mysteries of the Universe

    – Gizmodo, December 18, 2017

  45. Tech startups use $1M in funding to attract $24M in venture capital

    – Newsday, December 18, 2017

  46. Brookhaven National Lab celebrates seven decades of research

    – Newsday, December 12, 2017

  47. Fusion breakthrough explained: What are quarks again?

    – Christian Science Monitor, December 11, 2017

  48. Mechanical Engineering Awarded $1 Million from ARPA-E for Transformational Energy Technology

    – Stony Brook Univ., December 6, 2017

  49. Green Sulfcrete gets $1.2M in grants to develop concrete

    – Newsday, December 5, 2017

  50. El Niño and Liquid Water Clouds Contribute to Antarctic Melt in 2015-2016

    – DOE Highlight: Biological and Environmental Research (BER), December 1, 2017

  51. The Largest Digital Camera In The World Takes Shape

    – NPR, November 17, 2017

  52. Jefferson Lab staff scientist honored with APS Fellowship

    – EurekaAlert, November 10, 2017

  53. Nanotextured glass becomes "invisible"

    – Chemical & Engineering News, November 6, 2017

  54. An international celebration of dark matter

    – Symmetry Magazine, November 6, 2017

  55. Engineering professor receives IEEE Particle Accelerator Science and Technology Award

    – UNM School of Engineering, November 6, 2017

  56. Microscopic defects make batteries better

    – Rice University news office, October 30, 2017

  57. Nanoscale textures make glass invisible

    – UPI, October 30, 2017

  58. Xenon takes a turn in the LHC

    – Symmetry Magazine, October 12, 2017

  59. Testing the water: Science class at the beach

    – Newsday, October 7, 2017

  60. NASA Lab Gets Space Radiation Upgrade for Mars Mission Research

    – Space.com, October 5, 2017

  61. Scientists Breed Oil-Rich "Fat Plants" That Could Be The Biofuel Of The Future

    – Organic Life, October 4, 2017

  62. Primordial cosmic soup easier to create than previously thought

    – Vanderbilt University, October 3, 2017

  63. BNL's Lisa Miller teams up to explore copper's role in brain disease

    – TBR News Media, September 28, 2017

  64. What if the future of renewable energy is fat plants?

    – The New Food Economy, September 28, 2017

  65. Growing A Different GMO: Genetically Modified Oil

    – American Council on Science and Health, September 25, 2017

  66. Collider serves up drop of primordial soup

    – Physics World, September 22, 2017

  67. Adolfy Hoisie to Lead Brookhaven's Computing for National Security Effort

    – HPC Wire, September 21, 2017

  68. Cloud forebear

    – Deixis Magazine, August 31, 2017

  69. SBU's Alex Orlov measures risks in nanomaterials

    – TBR News Media, August 29, 2017

  70. How astronauts exercise in microgravity

    – YouTube, August 29, 2017

  71. Small Accelerator, Big Promise

    – EE Times, August 21, 2017

  72. The Camera That Will Transform Our Understanding of the Universe

    – Atlas Obscura, August 21, 2017

  73. Satoshi Ozaki, groundbreaking Brookhaven National Laboratory physicist, dies

    – Newsday, August 19, 2017

  74. Large Hadron Collider finds 'direct evidence' of light interacting with ITSELF in physics breakthrough that confirms long-standing prediction

    – Daily Mail.com, August 16, 2017

  75. Groundbreaking Observation Confirms an Important Prediction of Quantum Physics

    – Gizmodo, August 16, 2017

  76. Normally aloof particles of light seen ricocheting off each other

    – Science News, August 14, 2017

  77. Survey finds galaxy clumps stirred up by dark energy

    – Science AAAS, August 11, 2017

  78. Quark–gluon plasmas rotate at record speed

    – Physics World, August 4, 2017

  79. Primordial particle soup smashes spin-speed record

    – Inside Science, August 2, 2017

  80. Whirling particles are fastest ever detected

    – Rice University news office, August 2, 2017

  81. Primordial particle soup smashes spin-speed record

    – Inside Science, August 2, 2017

  82. BNL mourns death of particle-physics pioneer Ozaki

    – Innovate LI, July 25, 2017

  83. New Sodium Battery Throws Shade On Lithium-Ion Energy Storage Dream

    – Clean Technica, July 21, 2017

  84. Discovery Science

    – Leaders Magazine, July 10, 2017

  85. Experiments shed new light on iron superconductors

    – Physics World, July 7, 2017

  86. BNL's Chu a 'rock star' in the world of fine structures

    – TBR News Media, July 3, 2017

  87. African School works to develop local expertise

    – Symmetry, June 22, 2017

  88. Scientists stunned by Antarctic rainfall and a melt area bigger than Texas

    – Washington Post, June 15, 2017

  89. Ohio State researchers find El Nino melting ice shelf

    – The Columbus Dispatch, June 15, 2017

  90. Quirky Quarks Could Reveal Details of the Big Bang

    – Scientific American, June 9, 2017

  91. Energy breakthrough as researchers harness artificial photosynthesis to create hydrogen fuel

    – Daily Mail, June 7, 2017

  92. Breakthrough Research Has Made Synthetic Photosynthesis Possible

    – Futurism, June 7, 2017

  93. Researchers create hydrogen fuel with artificial photosynthesis

    – Engadget, June 6, 2017

  94. Charmed Existence: Mysterious Particles Could Reveal Mysteries of the Big Bang

    – LiveScience, June 6, 2017

  95. New experiment hopes to revise our understanding of the universe

    – cnet.com, June 5, 2017

  96. Shelter Island students tackle cutting edge science

    – Shelter Island Report, May 31, 2017

  97. New York commits $15 million for BNL microscope

    – TBR News Media, May 26, 2017

  98. Big investment, tiny particles and a giant leap for BNL

    – Innovate LI, May 19, 2017

  99. NY gives $15M for cryo-electron microscope at Brookhaven lab

    – Newsday, May 18, 2017

  100. Brookhaven National Laboratory holds annual science fair

    – Newsday, May 6, 2017

  101. Budget Deal Spares Science Funding, Boosts Exascale Spend

    – HPC Wire, May 4, 2017

  102. What's in the $1 trillion federal spending plan for LI?

    – Newsday, May 3, 2017

  103. There's A New Record For Tiny Structures

    – Forbes.com, May 2, 2017

  104. Deal helps in fight to keep 3,000 Brookhaven Lab jobs, says Schumer

    – Newsday, May 2, 2017

  105. Lithographic Feature Sizes Reduced to One Nanometer

    – IEEE Spectrum, May 2, 2017

  106. DoE Claims 1nm Fab Record

    – EE Times, May 1, 2017

  107. Jingguang Chen is the recipient of the 2017 Robert Burwell Lectureship in Catalysis

    – North American Catalysis Society, April 24, 2017

  108. Why Does The Proton Spin? Physics Holds A Surprising Answer

    – Forbes.com, April 19, 2017

  109. There's still a lot we don't know about the proton

    – Science News, April 18, 2017

  110. Debrief: Accelerating with Peter Donnelly

    – Innovate LI, April 17, 2017

  111. UConn Grad Student Headed to Brookhaven Lab

    – UConn Today, April 17, 2017

  112. BNL's Zahl upgrades microscope software

    – TBR News Media, April 15, 2017

  113. Muons' big moment could fuel new physics

    – Nature.com, April 11, 2017

  114. Scientists tout data storage breakthrough

    – Fox News, April 11, 2017

  115. Looking Up: Taking Photos May Improve Climate Models

    – Earth & Space Science News, April 4, 2017

  116. BNL's Wang conducts 'pioneering' battery studies

    – TBR News Media, April 1, 2017

  117. Is this how we'll clean up our air? Scientists find the 'key' needed to turn carbon dioxide into methanol

    – Daily Mail.com, March 23, 2017

  118. At Brookhaven, ‘Wide-Eyed’ Visitor Takes In American Science and Culture

    – ARM Climate Research Facility, March 22, 2017

  119. Here’s to the winners

    – Innovate LI, March 22, 2017

  120. Line Pouchard joins Center for Data- Driven Discovery at BNL

    – TBR Newsmedia, March 16, 2017

  121. Virtual Special Issue on Women in Physics 2017

    – Elseveir, March 9, 2017

  122. Taking quark-gluon plasma for a spin may un-break a fundamental symmetry

    – Ars Technica, March 8, 2017

  123. Brookhaven Lab hosts women in science symposium

    – The Statesman, March 7, 2017

  124. Adelphi Student Researches Molecule at NY’s Brookhaven National Laboratory

    – Adelphi.edu, March 1, 2017

  125. Bringing HPC Algorithms to Big Data Platforms

    – Inside HPC, March 1, 2017

  126. Brookhaven National Lab researchers chosen as 2016 APS Fellows

    – The Statesman, February 19, 2017

  127. Riverhead grad to be inducted into National Inventors Hall of Fame

    – Suffolk Times, February 16, 2017

  128. Smashing gold ions creates most swirly fluid ever

    – Science News, February 8, 2017

  129. O’Connell: Long Island doughboys still have a lesson for all of us

    – LI Business News, February 6, 2017

  130. Possible coyote sighting in Middle Island, experts say

    – Newsday, January 31, 2017

  131. SBU, BNL’s Frenkel combats chemical weapons with fine structure

    – TBR newsmedia, January 26, 2017

  132. New Measurements of the Universe Expanding Tell a Confusing Story

    – Gizmodo, January 25, 2017

  133. A closer look at Gov. Cuomo’s 2017 State of the State

    – TBR News media, January 19, 2017

  134. DOE report celebrates BNL, national labs

    – TBR news media, January 19, 2017

  135. Meet the Director: John Hill

    – US DOE, January 11, 2017

  136. Cuomo proposes $160M for LI projects

    – LI Business News, January 10, 2017

  137. Greater New York Watch

    – The Wall Street Journal, January 10, 2017

  138. SBU, BNL’s Takeuchi seeks ways to build a better battery

    – TBR News Media, January 8, 2017

  139. Platinum-lead nanoparticles strain to become fuel cell catalysts

    – Materials Today, January 3, 2017

  140. Bottom-up calculations help make cheaper catalysts

    – nanotechweb.org, January 3, 2017

  141. SBU Scientist Who Invented Pacemaker Battery Turns Eye Toward Clean Energy

    – WSHU, December 30, 2016

  142. DNA + nanoparticles = self-assembled 'diamond'

    – Nano Werk, December 5, 2016

  143. Riverhead physicist receives coveted research award

    – Riverhead News Review, December 3, 2016

  144. BNL’s Yoo uses machine learning to climb mountains of data

    – TBR newsmedia, November 23, 2016

  145. Q&A: What more can we learn about the Higgs?

    – Symmetry, November 17, 2016

  146. Twisters Pop Up in Weird 'Big Bang' Soup

    – Live Science, November 16, 2016

  147. Environmental lessons outdoors

    – Newsday, November 8, 2016

  148. The Community Comments on the Most Important ACS Catalysis

    – CAS Catalysis, November 4, 2016

  149. Students Dip Into Peconic Estuary for Mass Water Quality Study

    – East Hampton Star, November 2, 2016

  150. Flash Physics: Particle pioneers bag J J Sakurai Prize, Brian Bowsher appointed new head of STFC, colliding light waves may create magnetic monopoles

    – Physicsworld.com, October 28, 2016

  151. A short presidential reading list

    – Science, October 21, 2016

  152. Science lessons for the next president

    – Science, October 21, 2016

  153. Unfazed by radiation

    – ScienceOnLine, October 21, 2016

  154. Physicists Recover From a Summer’s Particle ‘Hangover’

    – New York Times, October 17, 2016

  155. Harbor Country Day School "Citizen Scientists" Explore and Analyze Nissequogue River

    – longisland.com, October 12, 2016

  156. High School: “A New World of Science”

    – STEM magazine, October 1, 2016

  157. Scientists aim to make superconductors that work at room temperature

    – UPI.com, September 29, 2016

  158. Three Projects Launch New Climate Model Development and Validation Activity

    – Atmospheric System Research, September 26, 2016

  159. Brookhaven Lab using cinema to spread science to the masses

    – Newsday, September 25, 2016

  160. BNL’s Bozovic makes ‘dramatic’ superconductivity discovery

    – TBR Newsmedia, September 20, 2016

  161. Doing the Translator Shuffle: Changing Roles at ARM

    – ARM Climate Research Facility, September 19, 2016

  162. Energetic protons boost BNL isotope production

    – CERN Courier, September 16, 2016

  163. Take a look inside this colossal machine where scientists propel electrons to 99.99% the speed of light

    – Business Insider, September 14, 2016

  164. BNL shines in annual ‘Oscars of Invention’

    – Innovate LI, September 6, 2016

  165. The Superconducting Dance Of Electron Pairs

    – Inside Science, August 31, 2016

  166. James Cronin, Who Explained Why Matter Survived the Big Bang, Dies at 84

    – New York Times, August 30, 2016

  167. Working Together to Develop New Radar Products

    – ARM Climate Research Facility, August 15, 2016

  168. Battery charging as never seen before

    – Microscopy and Analysis, August 15, 2016

  169. Particle no-show at LHC prompts anxiety

    – Science, August 12, 2016

  170. Gordon T. Danby, Who Helped Invent Magnetic-Levitation Trains, Dies at 86

    – New York Times, August 11, 2016

  171. Gordon Danby, co-inventor of Maglev and ally of Wading River community, dies at 86

    – Riverhead News-Review, August 4, 2016

  172. North Shore residents ponder the universe at Brookhaven National Lab

    – TBR News Media, August 3, 2016

  173. Where Does The Mass Of A Proton Come From?

    – Forbes.com, August 3, 2016

  174. Where Does The Mass Of A Proton Come From?

    – Forbes.com, August 3, 2016

  175. BNL snags key role in $50M battery effort

    – Innovate LI, August 1, 2016

  176. The most influential game developers of all time

    – geek.com, July 28, 2016

  177. BNL’s Liu finds easier way to tap into biofuels

    – Village Beacon Record, July 19, 2016

  178. Largest Map Ever Made Will Unlock The History Of The Universe

    – Popular Science, July 15, 2016

  179. 1.2 million galaxies in 3D

    – Earth Sky, July 14, 2016

  180. Owner of a Lonely Quark: The High Temperature Quantum Chromodynamics of Ágnes Mócsy (Women in Science 68)

    – Mad Art Lab, July 13, 2016

  181. Finding the ‘Needle’ for the Nuclear Waste Haystack

    – Village Beacon Record, July 9, 2016

  182. Gertrude Scharff-Goldhaber, 1911–1998: Nuclear Physicist Against the Odds

    – Springer.com, July 5, 2016

  183. Creating Career Paths for African-American Students in Geosciences

    – Earth & Space Science News, July 1, 2016

  184. Selective Carbon Dioxide Recycling

    – Chemistry VIews, June 29, 2016

  185. BAMS Article Reports on a Data-Rich Storm Clouds Campaign

    – Atmospheric System Research, June 27, 2016

  186. Early-universe soup

    – Deixis Magazine, June 22, 2016

  187. Early-universe soup

    – Deixis magazine, June 22, 2016

  188. C&EN talks with Joanna Fowler, radiochemistry pioneer

    – Chemical & Engineering News, June 20, 2016

  189. Five myths about video games

    – Washington Post, June 17, 2016

  190. SNMMI’s 63rd Annual Meeting Highlights History of FDG and Showcases New Research

    – SNMMI, June 16, 2016

  191. BNL’s Cialella a ‘consensus builder’ in environmental science

    – Village Beacon Record, June 7, 2016

  192. Local Scientists Take Home First Place Honors in BNL Science Fair

    – LI Exchange, June 2, 2016

  193. BNL’s Sedlacek flies the not-so-friendly skies

    – Village Beacon Record, June 1, 2016

  194. NNSA Administrator visits Brookhaven National Laboratory

    – National Nuclear Security Administration, May 10, 2016

  195. Chemists Add Color to Chemical Reactions

    – Syracuse Univ. News, May 10, 2016

  196. Connecting up the dots

    – Materials Today, May 9, 2016

  197. Young Shelter Island scientist scores at Brookhaven National Laboratory

    – Shelter Island Report, May 4, 2016

  198. Winner announced in Pellet Stove Design Challenge

    – Biomass Magazine, April 27, 2016

  199. LI small business owners, advocate to be honored

    – Newsday, April 20, 2016

  200. Scientist from Brookhaven Lab closes in on energy revolution

    – Newsday, April 20, 2016

  201. Way to Go! Winners of Brookhaven Lab’s Model Bridge Contest

    – Newsday, April 19, 2016

  202. Quantum Dots Boost Solar Cells

    – EE Times, April 18, 2016

  203. Atmospheric Modeling Advisory Group Assembled

    – ARM Climate Research Facility, April 17, 2016

  204. CSI: Brookhaven

    – ASCR Discovery, April 15, 2016

  205. SBU Grad Students Help Pioneer New Approach for Improving Solar Cells

    – SBU, April 15, 2016

  206. Interview: Dr. Michael Ernst from Brookhaven National Laboratory

    – Inside Big Data, April 13, 2016

  207. New Graphene Solar Cell Makes Rain-Powered Electricity

    – Clean Technica, April 11, 2016

  208. Moving Long Island along

    – Newsday, April 9, 2016

  209. Glass provides pleasant surprise for solar scientist

    – Village Beacon Record, March 30, 2016

  210. Ames’ Technical Services building parts for national lab project

    – Ames Tribune, March 29, 2016

  211. Kharzeev’s theoretical idea now a reality

    – Village Beacon Record, March 24, 2016

  212. BNL’s Sadowski studies small-scale structures

    – Village Beacon Record, March 10, 2016

  213. Best of the Best Higher Education/Research: National Synchrotron Light Source II

    – Engineering News-Record, March 6, 2016

  214. The Origins of the Universe

    – DOE, March 1, 2016

  215. ASR Marine Low Clouds Workshop Held

    – ARM Climate Research Facility, February 29, 2016

  216. Flagship accelerators bid for better beams

    – Science, February 26, 2016

  217. Focus: Landmarks—The Charming Debut of a New Quark

    – Physics APS, February 26, 2016

  218. New-growth leaves speed up photosynthesis in the Amazon

    – Science, February 25, 2016

  219. A glass of soda-and-lime is the straight dope for graphene

    – the register, February 17, 2016

  220. Chance discovery puts graphene electronics closer to mass production

    – Giz Mag, February 16, 2016

  221. Neutrinos continue run of odd behavior at Daya Bay

    – Ars Technica, February 15, 2016

  222. New Graphene-Glass Combo Powers “Spontaneous” Solar Cell

    – Clean Technica, February 12, 2016

  223. The Debrief: Doon Gibbs shines a light on BNL

    – InnovateLI, February 9, 2016

  224. Research Teams Use DNA To Make 3-D Nanoparticle Structures With High Precision

    – Chemical & Engineering News, February 8, 2016

  225. DNA-coated nanoparticles take crystal engineering into the diamond league

    – Chemistry World, February 5, 2016

  226. Nanoparticles meet their sticky ends

    – Science, February 5, 2016

  227. New cathode material stops batteries turning crusty with age

    – Materials Today, February 2, 2016

  228. Brookhaven Lab Finds AWS Spot Instances Hit Sweet Spot

    – Information Week, February 2, 2016

  229. Farmingdale takes first in BNL High School Science Bowl

    – TBR News Media, February 2, 2016

  230. Two American Physics Labs Are Vying for a Billion-Dollar Particle Accelerator

    – Motherboard, January 26, 2016

  231. BNL’s Ian Blaby looks for biofuel clues in algal metabolism

    – TBR Newsmedia, January 25, 2016

  232. Young Shelter Island scientist digs deep in research

    – Shelter Island Reporter, January 20, 2016

  233. BNL’s Blabys’ studies of small algae could solve big problems

    – TBR Newsmedia, January 19, 2016

  234. 'Inflatable Dark Matter' Could Explain Why We See Less Than Many Theories Predict

    – Gizmodo, January 18, 2016

  235. Dark Matter: New Theory Points To Secondary Inflation To Explain Universe's Dark Matter

    – HNGN, January 15, 2016

  236. Brookhaven Lab Set to Become Supercomputing Powerhouse

    – Next Platform, January 14, 2016

  237. BNL researchers reflect on NSLS-II, share hopes for 2016

    – TBR News Media, January 14, 2016

  238. Brookhaven Lab Expands Computational Science Initiative

    – Newswise, January 13, 2016

  239. Brookhaven Lab Expands Computational Science Initiative

    – Inside HPC, January 12, 2016

  240. Barbara Chapman Named Head of Brookhaven Lab’s Computer Science and Mathematics Group

    – HPC Wire, January 7, 2016

  241. Central Washington University CFO leaving for lab director position on Long Island, NY

    – Yakima Herald, January 7, 2016

  242. Riverhead High School Students Visit Brookhaven National Laboratory

    – Riverhead Patch, January 6, 2016

  243. Antarctic clouds studied for first time in five decades

    – Nature, January 5, 2016

  244. SCI COMMUN - News at a glance - Random Samples

    – Science, January 1, 2016

  245. Pine barrens residents asked to help prevent wildfires

    – Newsday, December 16, 2015

  246. Year in review: Big stride for superconductivity

    – Science News, December 15, 2015

  247. Physicists in Europe Find Tantalizing Hints of a Mysterious New Particle

    – New York Times, December 15, 2015

  248. LI wins $98.3M in state business aid

    – Newsday, December 10, 2015

  249. MC3E: A Legacy of Learning

    – ARM Climate Research Facility, December 7, 2015

  250. BNL’s Yue helps utilities cope with clouds, shifting winds

    – TBR News, November 13, 2015

  251. For the First Time, Physicists Have Measured the "Strong Force" of Antimatter

    – gizmodo, November 10, 2015

  252. Breakthrough Prizes Give Top Scientists the Rock Star Treatment

    – New York Times, November 8, 2015

  253. 'Mirror Universes' Might Look and Behave Like Ours, Study Finds

    – livescience, November 6, 2015

  254. Physicists Probe Antimatter For Clues To How It All Began

    – NPR, November 4, 2015

  255. The Debrief: Connie Cleary has a license to deal

    – Innovate LI, November 3, 2015

  256. How Chemistry Is Helping Physicists Detect Neutrinos

    – Chemical & Engineering News, October 27, 2015

  257. Today in the Life of the Peconic Estuary

    – East End Beacon, October 23, 2015

  258. Rutgers, Brookhaven nab $12M for energy research

    – myCentralJersey.com, October 21, 2015

  259. Neutrino study made key priority for US nuclear physics

    – Nature.com, October 20, 2015

  260. Struggling to Get a Handle on the Flavorful Neutrino

    – New York Times, October 19, 2015

  261. ‘Citizen scientists’ to deploy for Peconic Estuary testing

    – Shelter Island Reporter, October 19, 2015

  262. BNL’s Guida wants to ensure mission to Mars isn’t “one-way trip”

    – TBR News Media, October 19, 2015

  263. Beyond the Big Bang: Decoding matter and the physics of merging particles

    – Yahoo News, October 18, 2015

  264. DOE recommendation sets stage for Brookhaven lab, Virginia facility to compete for collider

    – Newsday, October 18, 2015

  265. Lotus plants inspire Brookhaven Lab development of new water-repellent materials

    – Newsday, October 18, 2015

  266. Neutrinos Change Their Flavor and Snag Another Nobel Prize

    – Gizmodo, October 7, 2015

  267. Nobel Prize–winning neutrinos rank among science’s most unexpected discoveries

    – The News On Time, October 6, 2015

  268. Takaaki Kajita and Arthur McDonald Share Nobel in Physics for Work on Neutrinos

    – New York Times, October 6, 2015

  269. BNL Partnership Leads to Wide-Open Career Path for Casey Vieni ’15

    – SBU Happenings, October 6, 2015

  270. Why Government is Essential: DOE Scientists' Basic Research May Help Achieve Carbon Neutral Society

    – Daily Kos, October 6, 2015

  271. Brookhaven National Lab, Rutgers get $12M for advanced materials effort

    – Newsday, October 5, 2015

  272. World’s largest atom smashers create world’s smallest droplets

    – Research News at Vanderbilt, October 2, 2015

  273. Kerstin Kleese van Dam Named Director of Brookhaven Lab's Computational Science Initiative

    – Nanothechnology Now, September 30, 2015

  274. Tom Butcher is Brookhaven Lab's home-heating tech wizard

    – Newsday, September 25, 2015

  275. Energy-Efficiency Upgrades Will Save National Lab $1.3M Each Year

    – Energy Manager Today, September 25, 2015

  276. Fermilab's Giant Magnet is Ready to Go

    – Popular Mechanics, September 24, 2015

  277. Biotech, other projects receive LI council's endorsement for state aid

    – Newsday, September 14, 2015

  278. Ion collider produces droplets of primordial goo

    – UPI.com, September 4, 2015

  279. Brookhaven National Laboratory projects are up for awards

    – Newsday, September 4, 2015

  280. Scientists Create Primordial 'Perfect Liquid' In Lab

    – Tech Times, September 2, 2015

  281. World’s most powerful digital camera being built by US Department of Energy

    – Geek.com, September 1, 2015

  282. A beam of hope for heavy ion radiotherapy

    – Wiley Online Library, August 14, 2015

  283. Focus: Landmarks—Discovery of a 2nd Kind of Neutrino

    – APS Physics, July 31, 2015

  284. DOE's new data-management tool aims to tame LHC data

    – FCW, July 9, 2015

  285. Biamonte bringing BNL data tech to market

    – Innovate LI, June 28, 2015

  286. Tribute to John R. Miller and Marshall D. Newton

    – The Journal of Physical Chemistry, June 15, 2015

  287. Pilot Phase Begins for Routine Large-Eddy Simulations

    – ARM Climate Research Facility, May 15, 2015

  288. U.S. and European Scientists Sign Cooperation Pact

    – New York Times, May 7, 2015

  289. Richard B. Setlow dies; Brookhaven National Laboratory biophysicist was 94

    – Newsday, April 22, 2015

  290. Richard 'Dick' Setlow Of East Quogue Dies April 6

    – Southampton Press, April 20, 2015

  291. Notable moments in Long Island history

    – Newsday, April 9, 2015

  292. US Heating Oil Customers To Benefit From Higher Bioheat® Blends

    – Rural Energy News UK, March 26, 2015

  293. Ending the Stagnation in Long Island's Economy

    – Huffington Post, March 10, 2015

  294. Sam Ting tries to expose dark matter's mysteries

    – Science News, March 6, 2015

  295. Elusive 'Dark Photons' Still Lurking in the Shadows

    – LiveScience, February 27, 2015

  296. BNL's Bolotnikov a radiation detector innovator

    – Village Beacon Record, February 26, 2015

  297. BNL's Fthenakis helps warm Chile to solar plan

    – Village Beacon Record, February 5, 2015

  298. Obama budget would boost Brookhaven lab funding, cut money for LI Sound restoration

    – Newsday, February 2, 2015

  299. Print-On Polymer Multiplies Solar Output

    – EE Times, January 22, 2015

  300. Scientists Develop Solar Panel Coating Inspired By the Eyes of Moths

    – Pioneer News, January 22, 2015

  301. Biodiesel industry honors champions, career long-achievements

    – Biodiesel Magazine, January 22, 2015

  302. BNL's Sfeir studies how to boost solar energy

    – Times Beacon Record, January 21, 2015

  303. Brookhaven National Lab researchers improve solar panels with antireflective design, study finds

    – Newsday, January 21, 2015

  304. Brookhaven National Lab gives science-minded Suffolk students access to research materials

    – Newsday, January 21, 2015

  305. Nanotextures Inspired by Moth Eyes Prevent Reflection for Better Solar Cells

    – Tech Times, January 21, 2015

  306. Moth eyes inspire scientists to cut reflection on solar panels

    – GIGAOM, January 21, 2015

  307. Feromagnets short circuited by quantum phenomena

    – New Materials News, January 20, 2015

  308. Ready for Your Close-Up

    – Newsday, January 18, 2015

  309. Cuomo's proposed state budget includes $65M boost for Brookhaven National Lab projects

    – Newsday, January 18, 2015

  310. NOVA: Big Bang Machine

    – NOVA, January 14, 2015

  311. BNL's Venugopalan blazes his own subatomic trail

    – Village Beacon Record, January 8, 2015

  312. Reliving 2014's scientific discoveries

    – Village Beacon Record, January 1, 2015

  313. BNL's Pleier takes next steps after Higgs-boson

    – Village Beacon Record, November 20, 2014

  314. Stony Brook partnership wins $3.2B contract to continue running Brookhaven National Lab

    – Newsday, November 12, 2014

  315. Local kids donate over 3000 lbs. of candy to troops overseas

    – Southold LOCAL, November 8, 2014

  316. The Science of Mixing Alternative Energy Into The Mainstream at Brookhaven National Lab

    – My LITV, November 1, 2014

  317. BNL's science outreach programs make an impression

    – Village Beacon Record, October 30, 2014

  318. Perfect fluid of electrons may flow inside superconductor

    – Science News, October 20, 2014

  319. BNL's Hamilton helps utilities prepare for storm outages

    – Village Beacon Record, October 16, 2014

  320. The Great Climate Model

    – Forbes, October 13, 2014

  321. Scientists still play video games on their expensive laboratory equipment

    – Polygon, October 11, 2014

  322. For Island students, it’s hands-on marine science

    – Shelter Island Reporter, October 6, 2014

  323. Why Do Rechargeable Batteries Go Bad? Mystery Solved!

    – Liberty Voice, October 4, 2014

  324. Learning on the Peconic: Students connect class with nature

    – The Suffolk Times, October 3, 2014

  325. BNL's Lofaro looks to the skies for energy

    – Village Beacon Record, October 2, 2014

  326. Accelerating the fight against cancer

    – Symmetry, September 30, 2014

  327. New Brookhaven Light Source Debuts in 2015

    – APS Physics, September 29, 2014

  328. SUNY Potsdam working with campuses statewide to bring research to market

    – North Country Now, September 23, 2014

  329. Are Multiferroics the Ultimate Replacement for Flash Memory?

    – IEEE Spectrum, September 22, 2014

  330. Play it again, Uncle Sam

    – Science, September 19, 2014

  331. Oxides Discovered by CCNY Team Could Advance Memory Devices

    – Opli, September 17, 2014

  332. Brookhaven National Laboratory's Sivertz recreates cosmic radiation

    – Village Beacon Record, September 10, 2014

  333. Suffolk County STEM high school gets first students Wednesday

    – Newsday, September 1, 2014

  334. Hints of Mysterious Particle Detected in 'Big Bang Soup'

    – Live Science, August 22, 2014

  335. Since Bacteria's Immune System Can Kill Viruses, Let's Use That

    – Science 2.0, August 15, 2014

  336. BNL's rising star Haupt helps create complex camera

    – Village Beacon Record, August 14, 2014

  337. Long Island's Guinness World Records

    – Newsday, August 6, 2014

  338. U.S. Energy Department to Make Researchers' Papers Free

    – Science, August 4, 2014

  339. Muon g–2 ring takes final steps to new home

    – Science, August 1, 2014

  340. Eureka! The Glue in the Superconductors is Magnetism

    – International Business Times, July 29, 2014

  341. Finding the 'heart' of an obstacle to superconductivity

    – Cornell Chronicle, July 22, 2014

  342. Proton Spin Mystery Gains a New Clue

    – Scientific American.com, July 21, 2014

  343. Higgs Boson glimpsed at work for first time

    – New Scientist, July 17, 2014

  344. Planning for an electron-ion collider at Brookhaven

    – International Science Grid This Week, July 16, 2014

  345. Scientists Discover Process Rarer than Higgs Boson Particle

    – International Business Times, July 16, 2014

  346. DoE’s Brookhaven Lab wins award for radiation detector

    – BioPrep Watch, July 15, 2014

  347. Study finds link between marijuana abuse and blunted dopamine response

    – Medical Press, July 15, 2014

  348. Huilin Li's discovery a 'game changer' in DNA world

    – Village Beacon Record, July 11, 2014

  349. Q&A: Doon Gibbs, Brookhaven National Lab

    – LI Business News, July 8, 2014

  350. The mystery of the cosmic ray 'blob'

    – MSN News, July 8, 2014

  351. Seeker, Doer, Giver, Ponderer

    – New York Times, July 7, 2014

  352. CSIRO Reveals Involvement w/ Mystery Behind Picasso’s The Blue Room

    – International Business Times, July 4, 2014

  353. Jefferson Lab, Newport News still chasing $600 million collider project

    – Daily Press, July 2, 2014

  354. UD center chosen for federal energy grant

    – Newark Post, July 1, 2014

  355. Getting in shape to stay dry longer

    – Science, June 27, 2014

  356. Can We Protect Mars Explorers From Deadly Cosmic Radiation?

    – Popular Mechanics, June 13, 2014

  357. Brookhaven National Laboratory's Marshall Newton ponders movement of energy

    – Village Beacon Record, June 12, 2014

  358. Physicists Look Beyond the Large Hadron Collider, to the Very Large Hadron Collider

    – SciAm.com (blog), June 9, 2014

  359. Five LI startups get Accelerate funding

    – Newsday, June 5, 2014

  360. BNL's Pulecio drawn to study of magnetic spin

    – Village Beacon Record, June 5, 2014

  361. Plan to internationalize U.S. project may face headwind

    – Science, May 30, 2014

  362. Scientists Solved the Mystery of Why Rechargeable Batteries Go Bad

    – Gizmodo, May 29, 2014

  363. Jackson Hole company builds robot for national lab

    – Casper Star-Tribune, May 24, 2014

  364. Grid Resiliency A Priority For Brookhaven Lab Continues

    – CleanTechnica, May 23, 2014

  365. Oleg Gang, an innovator in building miniature materials

    – Village Beacon Record, May 22, 2014

  366. Jackson pair create robotic tool

    – Jackson Hole News & Guide, May 21, 2014

  367. Electrons' Split 'Personalities' Help Solve Physics Mystery

    – Live Science, May 14, 2014

  368. Catholic cemetery in West Babylon proposes large-scale solar energy project

    – Newsday, May 13, 2014

  369. Three Brookhaven physicists receive DOE Early Career Research Program funding

    – phys.org, May 12, 2014

  370. In a superconductor, everything happens at once

    – Nanowerk News, May 8, 2014

  371. Excition fission model could vastly improve solar cell efficiency

    – ZME Science, May 7, 2014

  372. How physicists are unraveling fundamental mysteries about the matter that makes up our world

    – phys.org, May 6, 2014

  373. Keeping things awesome on the Dark Energy Survey

    – Symmetry - dimensions of particle physics, May 1, 2014

  374. Decoding the Secrets of Superconductivity

    – Quanta Magazine, April 30, 2014

  375. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz's Statement to the Senate Committee on Appropriations on Driving Innovation through Federal Investments

    – Energy.gov, April 29, 2014

  376. Future chips may operate at atomic dimensions

    – Kurzweil, April 23, 2014

  377. Ten Things You May Not Know About Particle Accelerators

    – Symmetry, April 15, 2014

  378. Top 10 Things You Didn't Know About Brookhaven National Laboratory

    – Energy.gov, April 14, 2014

  379. HSE student wins for best design in Brookhaven National Lab Bridge Building Contest

    – Smithtown Central School District News, April 11, 2014

  380. Modeling heavy-ion collisions with Open Science Grid

    – International Science Grid This Week, April 9, 2014

  381. Rocky Point Students Visit Brookhaven National Lab

    – Miller Place/Rocky Point Patch, April 7, 2014

  382. BNL's Stacchiola studies steps in producing hydrogen

    – Village Beacon Record, April 3, 2014

  383. Shocking Study from the Largest Cosmic Ray Physics Experiment in the Northern Hemisphere

    – APS Physics Central, April 3, 2014

  384. Cancer treatment: Sharp shooters

    – Nature, April 2, 2014

  385. 22 Strange Medical Instruments from the Past

    – Gizmodo, April 2, 2014

  386. Why we need more particle therapy research

    – Medical Physics Web, March 28, 2014

  387. The science behind B.A.S.E. jumping

    – The Week, March 28, 2014

  388. Scientists track 3-D nanoscale changes in rechargeable battery material during operation

    – phys.org, March 26, 2014

  389. BNL's Stern focuses on nuclear safety and security

    – Times Beacon Record, March 26, 2014

  390. Deep thoughts: Submarine program beckons local students

    – Shelter Island Reporter, March 25, 2014

  391. Physicist among women honored

    – Newsday, March 24, 2014

  392. Energy seeks new contractor for national lab

    – Federal Times, March 21, 2014

  393. Space Ripples Reveal Big Bang’s Smoking Gun

    – New York Times, March 17, 2014

  394. Former SPIE President in Tech Hall of Fame

    – Photonics.com, March 12, 2014

  395. Sydor Instruments gets federal grant

    – Rochester Business Journal, March 11, 2014

  396. William Floyd Middle School Students Compete at BNL Science Bowl

    – LongIsland.com, March 7, 2014

  397. Major U.S. Science Agencies Face Flat Prospects

    – Science, March 6, 2014

  398. Particle Beam Cancer Therapy- Hope Amidst Challenges

    – The Global Dispatch, March 4, 2014

  399. Small Particles, Big Findings

    – Innovation, February 28, 2014

  400. Team converts sugarcane to a cold-tolerant, oil-producing crop

    – University of Illinois News Bureau, February 24, 2014

  401. New deputy director named at laboratory

    – Newsday, February 20, 2014

  402. UK Backs Huge US Neutrino Plan

    – BBC News, February 14, 2014

  403. BNL's Liu studies signals in plant pathway

    – Times Beacon Record, February 12, 2014

  404. 2013 Golden Mousetrap Awards: & the Winners Are...

    – Design News, February 12, 2014

  405. Suffolk: Ward Melville wins science bowl

    – Newsday, February 12, 2014

  406. BNL donates $20,000 for ongoing Typhoon Haiyan recovery efforts in the Philippines

    – RiverheadLOCAL, February 8, 2014

  407. Lab, workers donate to typhoon victims

    – Newsday, February 5, 2014

  408. BNL's Villaran aims to improve solar energy

    – Times Beacon Record, February 5, 2014

  409. Smashing Gold! Big Bang's 'Particle Soup' To Be Created in Lab

    – LiveScience, February 4, 2014

  410. BNL to use $1M to help tech businesses

    – Newsday, January 30, 2014

  411. $150G science grant for Green Sulfcrete

    – Newsday, January 21, 2014

  412. BNL's Muckerman works on artificial photosynthesis

    – Times Beacon Record, January 15, 2014

  413. Disorder opens up battery material field

    – Chemistry World, January 9, 2014

  414. Natural gas leak probed at Brookhaven National Lab

    – Newsday, January 6, 2014

  415. Natural gas leak reported at Brookhaven Lab

    – LI Business News, January 6, 2014

  416. Editorial: No Windfall for U.S. Science

    – Science, January 3, 2014

  417. Leading U.S. X-ray Source Goes After Bigger Upgrade

    – Science, January 3, 2014

  418. Slideshow: Meet the 2014 Rising Engineering Star

    – Design News, January 3, 2014

  419. Newsmakers of the year

    – LI Business News, December 27, 2013

  420. The 100 Most Astonishing Images of 2013

    – Gizmodo, December 23, 2013

  421. New York Dips More Into Solar Power

    – Earth Techling, December 20, 2013

  422. Physicists look toward the high-energy horizon

    – Symmetry, December 20, 2013

  423. Small Size Enhances Charge Transfer in Quantum Dots

    – World of Photonics, December 18, 2013

  424. $375G for SBU's business incubators

    – Newsday, December 12, 2013

  425. New Micro-Reactor Will Help Study Catalytic Nanoparticles

    – Daily Fusion, December 5, 2013

  426. How Will Historians Study Video Games?

    – The Atlantic, November 29, 2013

  427. Energy Service Contract Will Help Brookhaven Lab Meet Sustainability Goals

    – The South Shore Press, November 27, 2013

  428. How To Ship A 17-Ton Magnet

    – Popular Science, November 26, 2013

  429. BNL's Bachner focuses on nuclear safety

    – Village Beacon Record, November 26, 2013

  430. 3 LI organizations receive grants for energy research

    – Newsday, November 21, 2013

  431. Winning Wood Stove Designs Announced

    – National Geographic Daily News, November 20, 2013

  432. Contest Aims for a Cleaner-Burning Wood Stove

    – New York Times, November 19, 2013

  433. Skidmore College Announces Partnership With NYSERDA To Train Executives In Clean Energy

    – WAMC, November 18, 2013

  434. Obama Names Energy Science Team

    – Science AAAS, November 15, 2013

  435. MIT's Marc Kastner nominated to head DOE Office of Science

    – MIT news, November 14, 2013

  436. Mix and Match with Synthetic DNA

    – Architect, November 14, 2013

  437. Long Island eco dev council makes Round 3 pitch

    – LI Business News, November 13, 2013

  438. BNL's Tranquada studies magnetic strips in superconductors

    – Village Beacon Record, November 13, 2013

  439. Big Bang Ball

    – Garden City Life, November 7, 2013

  440. Computer tennis, anyone?

    – Symmetry, November 7, 2013

  441. BNL plans Discovery Park

    – LI Business News, November 7, 2013

  442. As part of SSERVI, Stony Brook team helps plan space exploration

    – LI Newsday, November 6, 2013

  443. BNL's Rogers studies flora above the Arctic Circle

    – Times Beacon Record, October 30, 2013

  444. Brookhaven National Lab scientist wins Kenneth T. Whitby Award

    – Newsday, October 29, 2013

  445. Video: New Super-Waterproof Material Makes Water Drops Bounce Off

    – Popular Science, October 21, 2013

  446. A new nanotech coating could make water bounce off surfaces like drops of mercury

    – Quartz, October 21, 2013

  447. Gibbs: Brookhaven Lab helped coax the Higgs out of hiding

    – Newsday, October 13, 2013

  448. Higgs and Cell Studies Nab Nobels

    – Science, October 11, 2013

  449. U.S. Shutdown Tightens Its Grip on Research

    – Science, October 11, 2013

  450. Higgs Boson's Nobel Nod Marks 'Fantastic Day' for Particle Physics

    – Space.com, October 10, 2013

  451. BNL and SBU build computer team for enhanced research

    – Times Beacon Record, October 9, 2013

  452. For Nobel, They Can Thank the ‘God Particle’

    – New York Times, October 8, 2013

  453. Higgs Boson Predictors Awarded the 2013 Nobel Physics Prize

    – Scientificamerican, October 8, 2013

  454. Nobel Physics Prize Goes to "God Particle" Theorists

    – Voice of America, October 8, 2013

  455. 2 win physics Nobel for Higgs theory

    – Associated Press, October 8, 2013

  456. Lawmakers extend federal helium sales

    – Physics Today, October 1, 2013

  457. Theoretical Physicists Still Unraveling Big Bang

    – HPC Wire, October 1, 2013

  458. As Shutdown Takes Hold, an Essential Few Scientists Still on the Job

    – Science Magazine, October 1, 2013

  459. Interviews on Habitat for Humanity home for LI veteran

    – News12, September 27, 2013

  460. New catalyst could make hydrogen fuel production more efficient

    – Hydrogen Fuel News, September 25, 2013

  461. Interface superconductivity found in single crystal

    – Nature, September 24, 2013

  462. Interface superconductivity found in single crystal

    – Nature, September 24, 2013

  463. Studying the cold facts of superconductors

    – Times Beacon Record, September 18, 2013

  464. A Beer To Honor A Giant Electromagnet

    – POPSCI, September 13, 2013

  465. Working to make nuclear plants safer

    – Times Beacon Record, September 11, 2013

  466. Addiction is Much More than "Just Saying No"

    – PBS, September 10, 2013

  467. After Sandy, rethinking microgrids

    – Salon, September 9, 2013

  468. The Unruly Neutrino

    – Science, September 6, 2013

  469. Boxed In

    – Science, September 6, 2013

  470. Winner: Dmitri Kharzeev

    – Newsday, August 30, 2013

  471. After the LHC, the Deluge

    – Science Career. Science Magazine, August 29, 2013

  472. Why Does Particle Physics Matter? You Decide

    – Yahoo! News Canada, August 28, 2013

  473. 'Fountain of youth’ for leaves discovered

    – Cornell Chronicle, August 22, 2013

  474. Daya Bay furthers neutrino knowledge

    – Symmetry, August 22, 2013

  475. Climate research targets Western wildfire smoke

    – Las Vegas Sun, August 19, 2013

  476. Scientists Look For Climate Change Clues In Wildfire Soot

    – Northwest News Network, August 15, 2013

  477. Pasco-based plane helps capture climate-change affecting particles

    – Tri-City Herald, August 15, 2013

  478. Fermilab Hunts Rare Subatomic Particles With This 50-Foot Electromagnet

    – GIZMODO, July 29, 2013

  479. Mysterious giant magnet reaches rock-star status, groupies and all

    – Associated Press, July 26, 2013

  480. Mega-magnet draws close to Fermilab

    – Chicago Tribune CHICAGOLAND, July 24, 2013

  481. Fermilab will receive giant electromagnet used to study sub-atomic particles

    – TRI CITIES, July 23, 2013

  482. Muon G-2 magnet traveling by barge through St. Louis

    – KSDK.com, July 18, 2013

  483. LI STEM Hub initiative gets $320G from state

    – Long Island Newsday, July 18, 2013

  484. Big magnet visits Cape Girardeau

    – Southwest Missourian, July 17, 2013

  485. Fresh Air That’s as Good as Gold

    – ENERGY.GOV, July 8, 2013

  486. 15-Ton Particle Ring Travels To Chicago By Land And By Sea

    – npr.org, July 3, 2013

  487. Brookhaven Science Associates Donates $20,000 for Weekly Delivery of Organic Vegetables to Local Food Pantry

    – Tri Hamlet News, June 30, 2013

  488. Mattituck student overcame disability to chase his calling

    – Riverhead News Review, June 30, 2013

  489. How to move a 17-ton particle physics experiment 3,200 miles

    – iO9.com, June 27, 2013

  490. Life and Physics

    – The Guardian, June 25, 2013

  491. Smithtown students recently swept the top three spots in an essay contest coordinated by Brookhaven National Laboratory

    – Newsday, June 24, 2013

  492. STEM school to partner with top scientists

    – Newsday, June 22, 2013

  493. Moving a $25 Million Magnet Without Moving it an Inch

    – Popular Mechanics, June 21, 2013

  494. Behold the moving magnet -- scientists taking giant device on 3,200-mile trip

    – CNN, June 17, 2013

  495. Magnet on the Mighty Mississippi: A New Life for Muon Experiment

    – Science AAAS, June 14, 2013

  496. BNL's Gianluigi De Geronimo and integrated circuits

    – Times Beacon Record, June 11, 2013

  497. Brookhaven Lab may have right spark for fuel cells

    – Newsday, June 7, 2013

  498. Brookhaven superconductor study aims to boost power grid

    – Newsday, June 7, 2013

  499. Brookhaven Lab to move major piece of equipment

    – Newsday, June 5, 2013

  500. New Solid Form of Hydrogen Discovered at Extreme Pressures

    – Nature World News, June 4, 2013

  501. From the incredibly large to the incredibly small

    – Times Beacon Record, June 4, 2013

  502. Indium cluster conundrum lingers on

    – Chemistry World, May 31, 2013

  503. LI students compete in maglev contests

    – Newsday, May 27, 2013

  504. Comsewogue students recognized for energy research

    – Times Beacon Record, May 22, 2013

  505. BNL Hosts Passport to Green Earth Day Conference

    – Three Village Patch, May 22, 2013

  506. CERN, Google Drive Future of Global Science Initiatives

    – HPC Wire, May 21, 2013

  507. BNL's Wei-Fu Chen: developing a hydrogen-based fuel

    – Times Beacon Record, May 21, 2013

  508. An Arduous Business Trip

    – New York Times, May 20, 2013

  509. B-BP MS Student Wins BNL Science Fair Award

    – Sayville-Bayport Patch, May 19, 2013

  510. Huge magnet set for delicate voyage to Fermilab

    – Chicago Tribune, May 19, 2013

  511. Deer Park 4th Grader Winner at BNL's Elementary Science Fair

    – Deer-Park North Babylon Patch, May 15, 2013

  512. BNL systems biologist Sergei Maslov works on KBase

    – Times Beacon Record, May 14, 2013

  513. Move Over, Space Shuttle: There’s a New Science Giant Cruising the U.S. This Summer

    – Scientific American, May 10, 2013

  514. Insistence on Gathering Real Data Confirms Low Radiation Exposures

    – Science, May 10, 2013

  515. Shipping A 50-Foot Magnet Across The U.S., For Physics

    – Popular Science, May 10, 2013

  516. Giant Particle Storage Ring Set for 3,200-Mile Trek

    – Live Science, May 9, 2013

  517. The Fellowship of the Ring

    – Symmetry, May 8, 2013

  518. Gases to Be Dispersed Across City (Exhale: It’s a Test)

    – The New York Times, April 24, 2013

  519. NYPD Testing Airflow in Subways as a Precaution against Possible Terror Attacks

    – Scientific American, April 24, 2013

  520. Photowalk winners show modern beauty of science

    – Symmetry Magazine, April 18, 2013

  521. Energy Department to seek bids on managing BNL

    – Newsday, April 18, 2013

  522. Brookhaven lab head takes place at challenging time

    – Village Beacon Record, April 4, 2013

  523. BNL's Aaron Stein studies the incredibly small

    – Village Beacon Record, April 4, 2013

  524. BNL cloud study aims to boost solar power

    – Newsday, March 18, 2013

  525. Search for "God particle" nears its end

    – Newsday, March 14, 2013

  526. Higgs Boson Positively Identified

    – Science, March 14, 2013

  527. High-Energy Physics Is Still a Worthwhile Investment

    – The Atlantic, March 5, 2013

  528. Particle Physicists in U.S. Worry About Being Left Behind

    – New York Times, March 4, 2013

  529. BNL's Graham Smith heads instrumentation group

    – Village Beacon Record, February 14, 2013

  530. BNL's Milind Diwan a Part of a Major Collaboration

    – Village Beacon Record, January 10, 2013

  531. BNL's Anze Slosar looks at how the universe behaves

    – Village Beacon Record, December 13, 2012

  532. Unexpected data from the Large Hadron Collider suggest the collisions may be producing a new type of matter

    – Phys.org, November 27, 2012

  533. BNL's Walter Mangel studies 11-amino acid sled

    – Village Beacon Record, November 15, 2012

  534. BNL IDs possible plant oil production booster

    – LI Business News, October 8, 2012

  535. BNL's Ernie Lewis studies clouds to understand climate

    – Village Beacon Record, September 20, 2012

  536. Finding ways to secure our energy future

    – Village Beacon Record, September 13, 2012

  537. BNL's Paul O'Connor helps build the LSST

    – Village Beacon Record, August 23, 2012

  538. SUNY, foundation, BNL to collaborate

    – Newsday, August 13, 2012

  539. Heavy ion collisions reveal the earliest instants of our Universe

    – Ars Technica, July 21, 2012

  540. Materials Today podcast interview with Simon Billinge

    – Materials Today, May 24, 2012

  541. What's the Higgs deal?

    – Newsday, December 18, 2011

  542. Physicists close in on elusive subatomic particle

    – Associated Press, December 13, 2011

  543. Higgs boson: Has the 'God particle' been found?

    – Christian Science Monitor, December 12, 2011

  544. First Spending Bill Giveth -- And Taketh Away

    – Science, November 25, 2011

  545. Alcohol has dizzyingly different effects on women and men

    – Toronto Star, November 25, 2011

  546. Fewer Dollars, Forced Choices

    – Science, November 11, 2011

  547. Setting Priorities Has Never Been Fun

    – Science, November 11, 2011

  548. NSF Goes Back to Basics to Preserve Basic Research

    – Science, November 11, 2011

  549. Commitments, Ideology Clash Over DOE Research Spending

    – Science, November 11, 2011

  550. Fatty Foods Addictive as Cocaine in Growing Body of Science

    – Businessweek.com, November 2, 2011

  551. LHC trials proton-lead collisions

    – physicsworld, November 2, 2011

  552. Solving the Mystery of the Billion-Dollar Bond, Double Bond

    – Energy.gov blog, October 26, 2011

  553. The Tevatron's Epitaph: Solid Science, No Surprises

    – Science, September 23, 2011

  554. First Impressions of an Amateur Naturalist

    – Brookhaven Bits & Bytes, September 20, 2011

  555. Senate Budget Bill Keeps DOE Science Level

    – Science, September 16, 2011

  556. Particle Physicists' New Extreme Teams

    – Science, September 16, 2011

  557. U.S. Physicists, a Long Way From Home

    – Science, September 16, 2011

  558. Nuclear Physicist: This Is My Job

    – Popular Mechanics, September 13, 2011

  559. Particle Accelerators Full of Spin and Fury, Signifying Something

    – New York Times, August 1, 2011

  560. Unique properties of some metals studied

    – UPI, July 25, 2011

  561. Powering Innovation

    – Chemical & Engineering News, July 11, 2011

  562. Underground Lab Would Cost U.S. Billions

    – Science, July 1, 2011

  563. Battelle, its laboratories garner 19 R&D awards

    – The Columbus Dispatch, June 27, 2011

  564. The beam business: Accelerators in industry

    – Physics Today, June 1, 2011

  565. Longwood students uncover interesting tobacco fact

    – North Shore Sun, May 26, 2011

  566. Q&A with Ken White, Manager of Educational Programs at Brookhaven National Laboratory

    – Books and Adventures blog, April 20, 2011

  567. Cloudy skies for climate science

    – MSNBC.com, April 19, 2011

  568. U.S. Collider Offers Physicists a Glimpse of a Possible New Particle

    – Scientific American, April 7, 2011

  569. A Scanner Suitable for Rats and Other Squirmers

    – New York Times, March 14, 2011

  570. Brookhaven National Laboratory Announces Top 5 Discoveries Of 2010

    – The East Hampton Press, February 11, 2011

  571. Vacuum Tubes Implode in the Name of Physics

    – Wired Science, February 9, 2011

  572. Lab runs Islip Middle School students' test

    – Newsday, February 6, 2011

  573. U.S. Pushes Blue Sky Research

    – Science, February 4, 2011

  574. Can Obama Strike a Deal With House Republicans?

    – Science, February 4, 2011

  575. Obama Shifts Focus From Emissions to 'Clean' Energy

    – Science, February 4, 2011

  576. Fermilab to End Its Quest for Higgs Particle This Year

    – Science, January 14, 2011

  577. No extra time for US particle lab

    – BBC News, January 10, 2011

  578. The Battle Over the 2011 Budget: What's at Stake for Research

    – Science, January 7, 2011

  579. Heavy-Ion Collisions and Other High-Energy Physics News from Brookhaven National Laboratory

    – Science Watch (Thomson Reuters), January 3, 2011

  580. The Hunt Is On: Massive Collider Churning Out Data

    – NPR, December 28, 2010

  581. NSF Won't Build Underground Lab; Scientists Hope That DOE Will

    – Science, December 17, 2010

  582. No black holes found at LHC - yet

    – New Scientist, December 17, 2010

  583. Quark-gluon mania returns to CERN

    – Physicsworld.com, December 7, 2010

  584. Hottest Show On Earth

    – Inside Science News Service, December 6, 2010

  585. Big Bang Poured Out

    – National Geographic News, December 2, 2010

  586. Early Universe Recreated in LHC was Superhot Liquid

    – New Scientist, November 25, 2010

  587. Researchers Anxious and on the Defensive After Republican Gains

    – Science, November 12, 2010

  588. Ralph Hall Bids to Lead Science Panel

    – Science, November 12, 2010

  589. Retiring Legislators Warn of Pitfalls Facing Science in New Congress

    – Science, November 12, 2010

  590. Scientific Gold Mine or Dicey Money Pit?

    – Science, November 12, 2010

  591. Genetically Engineered Plants Grow Ingredients For Making Green Plastic

    – PopSci.com, November 10, 2010

  592. LHC to Recreate Conditions Just After Big Bang

    – Discovery News, November 4, 2010

  593. Solar film holds big promise

    – Santa Fe New Mexican, November 4, 2010

  594. Science may solarize windows

    – Los Alamos Monitor, November 4, 2010

  595. Riverhead man named assistant director at Brookhaven Lab

    – Riverhead Local, October 25, 2010

  596. Heavy atoms set to collide at the LHC

    – New Scientist, October 20, 2010

  597. Officials, Lawmakers Highlight Building Progress at Lab

    – The Press of Manorville & The Moriches, October 15, 2010

  598. Green Machine: Where do solar cells go when they die?

    – New Scientist, October 13, 2010

  599. Peeking Deeper into Quark-Gluon Plasma

    – Softpedia, October 8, 2010

  600. Grant advances quark-gluon plasma studies

    – Rice University news office, October 7, 2010

  601. Scientists excited by Big Bang machine experiments

    – Associated Press, September 22, 2010

  602. LHC spots possible signs of a high-energy particle soup

    – Ars Technica, September 21, 2010

  603. Large Hadron Collider spies hints of infant universe

    – New Scientist, September 21, 2010

  604. Down to a science

    – StamfordAdvocate.com, September 9, 2010

  605. Junkie food: Tastes your brain can't resist

    – New Scientist, September 8, 2010

  606. Brookhaven Lab shares in $5.25M renewable energy grant

    – Newsday, September 2, 2010

  607. How the Stimulus Is Changing America

    – TIME Magazine, August 26, 2010

  608. The Strange Case of Solar Flares and Radioactive Elements

    – Stanford University News, August 23, 2010

  609. E.W. Howell lands BNL contract

    – LI Business News, August 13, 2010

  610. Long Island firms strut their stuff at high-tech showcase

    – LI Business News, August 5, 2010

  611. New data suggest a lighter Higgs

    – ScienceNews, July 26, 2010

  612. $1B project at Brookhaven Lab is ahead of schedule

    – Newsday, July 13, 2010

  613. X-Ray Laser Resurrects a Laboratory No Longer in the Vanguard

    – New York Times, July 5, 2010

  614. Many Young Scientists Want to Do a Better Job of Communicating

    – Chronicle of Higher Education, July 4, 2010

  615. Supervisor Lesko Hosts Town's First Annual Inventor's Reception

    – Brookhaven Town website, June 25, 2010

  616. What does the hottest matter ever made sound like?

    – New Scientist, June 3, 2010

  617. Voyage to the Heart of Matter, a popup book for physics geeks

    – Ars Technica, June 2, 2010

  618. Listening to the sound of science

    – symmetry breaking, June 1, 2010

  619. Lasers Created with Perfect Diamonds

    – Los Angeles Chronicle, May 19, 2010

  620. Is Iron Man 2's Home-made Particle Accelerator Possible?

    – Discovery News, May 11, 2010

  621. Can You Build a Particle Accelerator in Your Home? Iron Man 2 Fact Check

    – Popular Mechanics, May 7, 2010

  622. What black holes teach about strongly coupled particles

    – Physics Today, May 4, 2010

  623. Creating the perfect liquid in heavy-ion collisions

    – Physics Today, May 4, 2010

  624. Brookhaven to test jatropha oil in boiler

    – Biodiesel Magazine, April 20, 2010

  625. Serving science

    – Village Beacon Record, April 16, 2010

  626. Joanna Fowler on YouTube

    – YouTube, April 7, 2010

  627. Collisions at the LHC

    – Science Friday, April 2, 2010

  628. Brookhaven scientists at work on Collider data

    – Newsday, March 31, 2010

  629. European Collider Begins Its Subatomic Exploration

    – New York Times, March 31, 2010

  630. Brookhaven Lab Leads Search for Advanced Materials for Nuclear Reactors

    – Nuclear Energy Insight, March 31, 2010

  631. The software brains behind the particle colliders

    – Ars Technica, March 30, 2010

  632. Do Fatty Foods Act Like Cocaine in the Brain?

    – Health.com, March 29, 2010

  633. How huge particle detectors actually detect tiny particles

    – Ars Technica, March 29, 2010

  634. Everything you ever wanted to know about particle smashers (but were afraid to ask)

    – Ars Technica, March 28, 2010

  635. Flawless diamond to create powerful lasers

    – MSNBC/Discovery News, March 18, 2010

  636. A look inside RHIC, Brookhaven's little big bang machine

    – Scientific American, March 17, 2010

  637. A photo tour of the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider

    – Ars Technica, March 15, 2010

  638. Science Literacy: U.S. College Courses Really Count

    – Science News, March 13, 2010

  639. Heavy antimatter created in gold collisions

    – Nature News, March 4, 2010

  640. DOE Reworks Student Initiative to Prepare Energy Researchers

    – Science, February 26, 2010

  641. Correction

    – Newsday, February 19, 2010

  642. Doctors group slams Brookhaven Lab monkey experiments

    – Newsday, February 18, 2010

  643. Brookhaven Lab findings eye birth of the universe

    – Newsday, February 15, 2010

  644. In Brookhaven Collider, Scientists Briefly Break a Law of Nature

    – New York Times, February 15, 2010

  645. New Delay of Large Hadron Collider Might Not Keep Its Rival on the Job

    – Science, February 12, 2010

  646. U.S. Budget: Science Spared From Domestic Spending Freeze -- for Now

    – Science, February 5, 2010

  647. New Superconductivity Mechanism Found in Iron Compound

    – ScienceDaily, January 18, 2010

  648. 200-acre solar farm planned at Brookhaven Lab

    – Newsday, January 10, 2010

  649. Volcanic rocks seen as storage for industrial carbon

    – Newsday, January 6, 2010

  650. LIPA to buy power from solar project at Brookhaven Lab

    – Newsday, December 18, 2009

  651. Big Solar Moves East

    – New York Times, December 17, 2009

  652. LIPA's solar rebate program gets $6-million boost

    – Newsday, December 17, 2009

  653. NYPA sets hearing on hydropower plan for Brookhaven lab

    – Newsday, December 16, 2009

  654. Collider Sets Record, and Europe Takes U.S.'s Lead

    – New York Times, December 10, 2009

  655. Science and the Stimulus

    – Science, November 27, 2009

  656. Shovel-Ready Science Drives DOE Decisions

    – Science, November 27, 2009

  657. Energy Push Spurs Shift in U.S. Science

    – Wall Street Journal, November 25, 2009

  658. A Conversation with Joanna Fowler

    – Stony Brook Statesman, November 2, 2009

  659. Beam is back in the LHC

    – symmetry breaking, October 26, 2009

  660. Chemistry Nobel: Honors to Researchers Who Probed Atomic Structure of Ribosomes

    – Science, October 16, 2009

  661. Losing America's Secret Weapon

    – Forbes.com, October 13, 2009

  662. The Collider, the Particle and a Theory About Fate

    – New York Times, October 12, 2009

  663. Brookhaven Lab research leads to Nobel in chemistry

    – Newsday, October 7, 2009

  664. 3 Win Nobel for Ribosome Research

    – New York Times, October 7, 2009

  665. 2009 Chemistry Nobel Honors Work on Ribosomes

    – Science, October 7, 2009

  666. Obama Hands Out Science Awards

    – CBSnews.com, October 7, 2009

  667. Scientists seek to manage dopamine's good and bad sides

    – AARP Bulletin/McClatchy-Tribune News Service, October 7, 2009

  668. Name That Atom Smasher

    – New York Times, October 6, 2009

  669. State Development Corp. hosting trade mission

    – Newsday, September 30, 2009

  670. BNL chemist will receive national award

    – WSHU - NPR, September 28, 2009

  671. A New Biology to Mend Society's Woes

    – Science, September 25, 2009

  672. WSHU Stimulus Watch: Is LI stimulus money getting poached?

    – NPR, September 16, 2009

  673. Power on: SU professor and team work on solar energy technology

    – The Daily Orange, September 16, 2009

  674. Exec. Levy outlines plan for Suffolk economic development

    – WSHU, September 15, 2009

  675. ADHD and The Brain's Reward System

    – NPR-Science Friday, September 11, 2009

  676. ADHD study ties brain proteins to symptoms

    – The Globe and Mail, September 11, 2009

  677. Found, the chemical that could spell an end to ADHD

    – The Daily Mail, September 9, 2009

  678. ADHD study links chemical to symptoms

    – CBC News, September 8, 2009

  679. ADHD Tied to Brain's Reward Pathway

    – WebMD Health News, September 8, 2009

  680. Finding the cause of ADHD

    – WABC, September 8, 2009

  681. Motivation May Be at Root of ADHD

    – Atlanta Journal Constitution, September 8, 2009

  682. ADHD sufferers have lower brain chemical

    – The Telegraph, September 8, 2009

  683. Low Dopamine Implicated in ADHD Attention Symptoms

    – MedPage Today, September 8, 2009

  684. ADHD brain chemistry clue found

    – BBC News, September 8, 2009

  685. Building a mystery with the g-2 experiment

    – symmetry breaking, September 1, 2009

  686. White Europeans 'only evolved 5,500 years ago after food habits changed'

    – Daily Mail, August 31, 2009

  687. Scanning the clouds

    – Photonics Spectra, August 29, 2009

  688. The Large Hadron Collider Redux: Hoping for a Long, Hard Slog

    – Science, August 28, 2009

  689. How to Make a Collider

    – Science, August 28, 2009

  690. When Mortals Work on Cosmic Time

    – New York Times, August 9, 2009

  691. Giant Particle Collider Struggles

    – New York Times, August 3, 2009

  692. More Bad Connections May Limit LHC Energy or Delay Restart

    – Science, July 31, 2009

  693. Fire Meets Ice

    – Duke Research, July 22, 2009

  694. Raindrops Go It Alone

    – Science News, July 20, 2009

  695. I'm a Particle Physicist. Want to Chat?

    – New York Times, July 14, 2009

  696. An Inside/Outside View of U.S. Science

    – Science, July 10, 2009

  697. The National Synchrotron Light Source

    – Summer of Science blog, June 27, 2009

  698. Brookhaven: “There’s no physics without foil”

    – Summer of Science blog, June 24, 2009

  699. New x-ray imaging system based on research at BNL

    – Long Island Business Intelligence, June 19, 2009

  700. Work begins on mega microscope

    – Riverhead News-Review, June 18, 2009

  701. Ultra-Bright Synchrotron Promises World's Highest-Resolution Images of Atoms

    – Popular Science, June 17, 2009

  702. Groundbreaking for new Brookhaven National Lab facility

    – Newsday, June 16, 2009

  703. Brighter Than Thou: Brookhaven Lab's Newest Particle Accelerator

    – Popular Mechanics, June 16, 2009

  704. Gallery: Inside the Synchrotron

    – Popular Science, June 16, 2009

  705. Reinventing science at Brookhaven National Laboratory

    – Newsday, June 11, 2009

  706. Iran's First Nuclear Power Plant Moves Closer to Operation

    – Voice of America, June 9, 2009

  707. Making solar panels requires old-fashioned coal-fired power

    – The Bay City Times, June 7, 2009

  708. Nanomaker's Toolkit

    – Science News, June 6, 2009

  709. Use of LI labor urged in synchrotron construction

    – Newsday, May 30, 2009

  710. Brookhaven wins clean energy research grants

    – Newsday, May 26, 2009

  711. Stony Brook's Kenny faces last SUNY commencement

    – Newsday, May 22, 2009

  712. Stimulus funds to aid dismantling of Brookhaven reactors

    – Newsday, May 4, 2009

  713. Brookhaven Finds Its Star On the Rise

    – New York Times, Regional Section, May 3, 2009

  714. Number Crunching Made Easy

    – Newsweek.com, May 2, 2009

  715. Plot Device of Mass Destruction: Antimatter's True Story

    – Discovery Space, April 28, 2009

  716. Strings Link the Ultracold with the Superhot

    – Science News, April 25, 2009

  717. Brave New World, Too Small to See

    – ABCNews.com, April 1, 2009

  718. Brookhaven lab gets $42M for cleanup of reactors

    – Newsday, April 1, 2009

  719. Brookhaven Lab's superpowerful, $912M microscope

    – Newsday, April 1, 2009

  720. Bacteria for Better Biofuels

    – ScienceLine, March 30, 2009

  721. Energy Spending Plans Detailed

    – Chemical & Engineering News, March 30, 2009

  722. Obama unyielding on energy proposals

    – Boston Globe, March 24, 2009

  723. World's Brightest X-Ray Coming to LI

    – WNYC, March 24, 2009

  724. Secretary Chu: Brookhaven to get $184M in stimulus

    – Newsday, March 23, 2009

  725. Obama Touts Stimulus, Budget Funds for 'Clean Energy Future'

    – Washington Post, March 23, 2009

  726. Obama highlights clean energy

    – The Boston Globe Blogs, March 23, 2009

  727. Obama plan on renewable energy funds draw LI praise

    – Newsday, March 23, 2009

  728. Obama and Energy Chief Push Innovation

    – New York Times, March 23, 2009

  729. Energy funding to spur 'transformative technologies'

    – New Scientist blog: Short Sharp Science, March 23, 2009

  730. Study: 'Smart drug' Provigil may be habit-forming

    – New York Times, March 17, 2009

  731. L.I. solar project moves full steam ahead

    – Legislative Gazette, March 9, 2009

  732. Internet Evolution: Full Speed ahead

    – Network Computing, March 9, 2009

  733. Energizing Long Island 8: A Solar Milestone

    – Cablevision, March 6, 2009

  734. Why Guys Diet Differently

    – Newsweek.com, March 5, 2009

  735. Paterson to express support for LIPA plan

    – Newsday, February 27, 2009

  736. Catalyst Boosts Ethanol Fuel Cells

    – Chemical Processing, February 25, 2009

  737. Brain Mechanisms Needed to Overcome Addiction are Impaired, New Studies Suggest

    – Neurology Today, February 19, 2009

  738. High-Energy Physics Probes Ancient Fossils

    – Popsci.com, February 18, 2009

  739. Experimenting With String Theory?

    – Discovery Space, February 17, 2009

  740. String theory officially useful, may not represent reality

    – Ars Technica, February 17, 2009

  741. Brookhaven Lab to receive $30M under economic stimulus

    – Newsday, February 17, 2009

  742. A first: String theory predicts an experimental result

    – symmetry breaking, February 16, 2009

  743. Southampton science program highlighted

    – The Southampton Press, February 16, 2009

  744. Ultracold Gas Mimics Ultrahot Plasma

    – Duke University, February 15, 2009

  745. A prediction from string theory?

    – Physicsworld.com, February 15, 2009

  746. Hot Soup, Cold Clouds, and String Theory Come Together in the Perfect Liquid

    – AAAS 2009 Annual Meeting News Blog, February 15, 2009

  747. Battery research offers jolt

    – Times Union, February 13, 2009

  748. Scientists Disappointed by Direction of Financing

    – New York Times, February 11, 2009

  749. Brookhaven-Led Team Designs Catalyst for Ethanol-Fueled Fuel

    – Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Letter, February 9, 2009

  750. Theory and Experiment Meet, and a New Form of Boron Is Found

    – New York Times, February 3, 2009

  751. Food Satiety May Be Explained by Gender Differences

    – Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, February 1, 2009

  752. Stand Down: Black Holes Won't Destroy Earth

    – LiveScience, January 28, 2009

  753. Why Men Are Better Dieters

    – washingtonpost.com, January 22, 2009

  754. Are Women’s Brains Hard-Wired to Have Trouble Resisting Temptation?

    – Discover blog, January 20, 2009

  755. Why Women Can't Resist Food

    – Marie Claire, January 20, 2009

  756. Hunger Control: Women the Weaker Sex?

    – WebMD.com, January 20, 2009

  757. Why Saying No to Foods May Be Harder for Women

    – HealthDay.com, January 20, 2009

  758. Study: Favorite foods are hard for women to resist

    – Associated Press, January 20, 2009

  759. Women Needn't Worry That Their Brains Aren't Wired for Weight Loss

    – U.S. News & World Report, January 20, 2009

  760. Study: Men's brains fight food urges better

    – CNN.com, January 19, 2009

  761. Food cravings harder to control for women, study finds

    – Newsday, January 19, 2009

  762. Why Men Are Better Dieters Than Women

    – Time, January 19, 2009

  763. Men Resist Tempting Food More Easily Than Women in Brain Study

    – Bloomberg.com, January 19, 2009

  764. Feds give green light to Brookhaven Lab facility

    – Newsday, January 13, 2009

  765. Editorial: New York already has an energy braintrust

    – Newsday, January 11, 2009

  766. Science News of the Year, 2008 -- Technology

    – Science News, January 3, 2009

  767. Holdren Named Science Adviser, Varmus, Lander to Co-Chair PCAST

    – Science, January 2, 2009

  768. Bending the President's Ear

    – Science, January 2, 2009

  769. Coming soon to a home near you: 3D printing

    – CBC Canada, December 22, 2008

  770. Stripes can coexist with superconductivity

    – Physics (new APS website), December 8, 2008

  771. In With The New

    – Chemical & Engineering News, December 1, 2008

  772. The power of proton therapy

    – Symmetry, December 1, 2008

  773. In space, a cluster of health dangers

    – Philadelphia Inquirer, November 30, 2008

  774. New scattering data suggests that gluons make only a small contribution to the spin of protons and neutrons

    – Nanowerk News, November 14, 2008

  775. Synchrotron sources: The next generation

    – Nature Nanotechnology, November 7, 2008

  776. Brookhaven arcade celebrates one of the world's first video games

    – symmetry breaking, October 27, 2008

  777. Computer Security: Trust me, trust me not

    – Fermilab Today, October 23, 2008

  778. Superconductivity Rekindles

    – Chemical & Engineering News, October 20, 2008

  779. Ion jelly could satisfy appetite for greener batteries

    – New Scientist, October 17, 2008

  780. Video games: out of the lab and into the living room

    – CBC Canada, October 17, 2008

  781. Overeating? Blame Your Genes

    – HealthDay, October 16, 2008

  782. The Pleasure Factor

    – Newsweek, October 16, 2008

  783. Scientists make ultrathin superconducting films

    – Reuters, October 8, 2008

  784. An Inside Look at Nanomaterials

    – ScienceLine, October 7, 2008

  785. Nobel Prize In Physics

    – Chemical & Engineering News, October 7, 2008

  786. In Awe of Physics*

    – The Stony Brook Press, October 5, 2008

  787. Large Hadron Collider Spawns Largest Computing Grid

    – National Geographic News Watch, October 4, 2008

  788. CERN grid may boost drug and climate research

    – IDG News Service, October 3, 2008

  789. Winter, repairs stall atom smasher until spring

    – Associated Press, September 23, 2008

  790. Ten years of cooperation

    – Newsday, September 22, 2008

  791. Small accidents mean big trouble for supercollider

    – Associated Press, September 21, 2008

  792. Large Hadron Collider: could it defrost a pizza?

    – Telegraph, September 19, 2008

  793. Status: Large Hadron Collider after injecting Beams 1 & 2 separately

    – iTWire, September 18, 2008

  794. Dopamine Fends Off Zzzzz's

    – Science News, September 13, 2008

  795. The Origins of the Universe: A Crash Course

    – New York Times, September 12, 2008

  796. Protons and Champagne Mix as New Particle Collider Is Revved Up

    – New York Times, September 11, 2008

  797. Search for Magical Dark Matter Gets Real

    – LiveScience.com, September 11, 2008

  798. Largest particle collider completes first full run

    – Newsday, September 10, 2008

  799. Staying Alive

    – Chemical & Engineering News, September 8, 2008

  800. Multibillion-dollar experiment to probe nature's mysteries

    – CNN.com, September 8, 2008

  801. Universe's start to be simulated with powerful particle accelerator

    – New York Daily News, September 8, 2008

  802. Fermi officials: New collider won't end the world

    – The Courier News, September 8, 2008

  803. A Chemical Map Of The Mind

    – Chemical & Engineering News, September 8, 2008

  804. CERN fires up new atom smasher

    – Associated Press, September 7, 2008

  805. Is the LHC a Doomsday Machine?

    – Science, September 5, 2008

  806. How U.S. Researchers Are Making the Switch to the Large Hadron Collider

    – Scientific American, September 4, 2008

  807. How the Large Hadron Collider Might Change the Web

    – Scientific American, September 4, 2008

  808. Addicted to Food: An Anti-Addiction Drug May Treat Obesity

    – Men's Health, August 26, 2008

  809. Investigational Epilepsy Drug Slims Down Fat Rats

    – MedPage Today, August 25, 2008

  810. Batterers' Brains

    – Science, August 22, 2008

  811. Addiction drug reverses obesity in rats

    – Reuters, August 20, 2008

  812. BNL takes a cue from nuclear physics

    – Int'l Science Grid This Week, August 20, 2008

  813. SHORT-LIVED PARTICLE QUESTIONS LONG-LIVED THEORY

    – Science News, August 19, 2008