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Robert Harrison Leads New Center to Consolidate and Showcase Brookhaven Lab's Computing Capabilities

The new Center for Data-Driven Discovery (C3D) at Brookhaven Lab aims to consolidate and capitalize on existing world-leading capabilities in big data to advance science initiatives across the Lab.  More...

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Atom Smashing Fun

Tour the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider, a world-class particle accelerator where physicists recreate the conditions of the universe as it is thought have existed microseconds after the Big Bang. Try to stump a physicist. Meet “Einstein” alive!  More...

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Brookhaven Lab Recognizes 15 Staff Members at 2015 Employee Awards Ceremony

Brookhaven Lab recently presented its highest accolades to 15 employees for distinguished contributions to the Laboratory’s mission. Meet the 2015 award recipients who were honored during a ceremony on July 23.  More...

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New Computer Model Could Explain how Simple Molecules Took First Step Toward Life

Two Brookhaven researchers developed theoretical model to explain the origins of self-replicating molecules.  More...

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Using Open Science Grid to prepare for ‘the next big thing’ at Brookhaven
—Open Science Grid

The Extreme Darkness Of Moth Eyes May Help Scientists Improve Solar Panels
—Tech Times

Origins Of Life Explained By A Simple Computer Model – How Simple Molecules Developed A Self-Replicating Mechanism To Form Longer Polymers

Life on Earth began with 'hiccups': Reproduction started slowly in primordial soup rather than with a bang

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