Science Highlights

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Better infrastructure risk and resilience

Argonne National Laboratory has provided key technical support to a U.S.

August 1, 2010
Researchers conduct community climate model simulation

Rob Jacob, a computational climate scientist in Argonne’s Mathematics and Computer Science Division, collaborated on a two-decade simulation of a prototype version of the Community Climate System M

August 1, 2010
Cementing the structure of concrete

Portland cement concrete is one of the most versatile and useful building materials ever created.

August 1, 2010
Mysteries of the nuclear landscape

Approximately 3,000 nuclei are already known, and twice as many could, in principle, still be discovered experimentally.

September 1, 2010
Argonne researchers show impact of soil vegetation and moisture on carbon recovery

Argonne National Laboratory Biosciences Division ecologist Julie Jastrow and colleagues recently published work showing the impact of soil vegetation and moisture on terrestrial carbon recovery.

September 1, 2010
Argonne bioremediation effort in Kansas is cleaning up contaminants

Last year, a team of Argonne scientists led by Lorraine LaFreniere injected iron microparticles underneath fields polluted with carbon tetrachloride near Centralia, Kansas.

October 1, 2010
A boring material, "stretched", could lead to an electronics revolution

The oxide compound europium titanate is fairly boring on its own, but sliced nanometers thin and chemically stretched on a specially-designed template, it takes on properties that could revolutioni

October 1, 2010
Spin signatures of photogenerated radical anions

Photovoltaic (PV) cells are the most promising man-made devices for direct solar energy utilization.

October 1, 2010
Magnetic switching under pressure

Argonne and Eastern Washington University scientists, working at the Advanced Photon Source, have harnessed the power of extreme high pressure and discovered a novel approach

December 1, 2010
Quantum-Dot-Induced Transparency in a Nanoscale Plasmonic Resonator

Electrodynamic simulations show that a single semiconductor nanocrystal can induce nearly complete transparency in the optical scattering and extinction of a metal nanostructu

December 1, 2010