BNL Home
  Top 10 2016

Brookhaven National Laboratory's Top-10 Science Successes of 2016

From advances in accelerators and experiments exploring the building blocks of matter and making medical isotopes to new revelations about superconductors, nanomaterials, and biofuels, 2016 was a year of accomplishment at Brookhaven.  More...

sPhenix Assembly

sPHENIX Gets CD0 for Upgrade to Experiment Tracking the Building Blocks of Matter

The Department of Energy has granted “Critical Decision-Zero” status to the sPHENIX project, a transformation of one of the particle detectors at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) into a research tool with unprecedented precision for tracking subatomic interactions.   More...

John Hill

Meet the Director: John Hill

Meet John Hill, Director of Brookhaven Lab's groundbreaking National Synchrotron Light Source II, which produces ultra-bright x-rays for basic and applied research in biology and medicine, materials and chemical sciences, geosciences and environmental sciences, and nanoscience.  More...

Tennis for Two

Willy Higinbotham's Video Game Bounces into History

Brookhaven scientist Willy Higinbotham first introduced “Tennis for Two” in 1958 at one of the Lab’s annual visitors’ days. Recognizing its importance in the history of video games, a re-creation is currently on display at The Strong® Museum of Play in Rochester, New York.  More...

  Facebook Icon YouTube Icon Twitter Icon Flickr Icon LinkedIn Icon Tumblr Icon


SBU, BNL’s Takeuchi seeks ways to build a better battery
—TBR News Media

Bottom-up calculations help make cheaper catalysts

Greater New York Watch
—The Wall Street Journal

Cuomo proposes $160M for LI projects
—LI Business News


Brookhaven This Week is a weekly email newsletter published by the Stakeholder & Community Relations Office.

Editor | Joe Gettler
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Stakeholder & Community Relations Office
Bldg. 400C, P.O. Box 5000
Upton, New York 11973
(631) 344-2345 |


Sign up to receive Brookhaven This Week in your email inbox every week by completing this form.

Your email address

Your name (optional)


You will receive a email asking you to confirm that you want to subscribe to this list. If you don't see this email in your inbox, then check your spam or junkmail box.