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Nanoscientists Develop New Material with Controllable Pores

Scientists at the University at Buffalo have synthesized a new material with nanoscale, controllable pores. They analyzed the material’s structure at the National Synchrotron Light Source II, using a beamline built in partnership with the Center for Functional Nanomaterials.  More...

Mark Dean

Breaking Electron Waves Provide New Clues to High-Temperature Superconductivity

A collaboration led by Brookhaven National Laboratory researchers has discovered a surprising breakdown in the electron interactions that may underpin high-temperature superconductivity. The scientists found that as superconductivity vanishes at higher temperatures, powerful waves of electrons begin to curiously uncouple and behave independently—like ocean waves splitting and rippling in different directions.  More...

icebreaker Aurora Australis

Final Check as Instruments Set Sail to Track Aerosols Over Southern Ocean

Shipboard instruments will collect crucial climate data during a series of routine voyages between Australia and Antarctica.   More...

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Green Sulfcrete gets $1.2M in grants to develop concrete

El Niño and Liquid Water Clouds Contribute to Antarctic Melt in 2015-2016
—DOE Highlight: Biological and Environmental Research (BER)

Mechanical Engineering Awarded $1 Million from ARPA-E for Transformational Energy Technology
—Stony Brook Univ.


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