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Calming Plasma's Stormy Seas

Turbulence inside a fusion reactor can increase the rate of plasma heat loss, dramatically reducing energy output. Researchers are now pinpointing what causes this turbulence and how it might be controlled.


Clocking the Early Universe

In the quest to understand dark energy, astronomers have calculated the expansion rate of the Universe as it existed 10.8 billions years ago.


Lilliputian LEDs

Nanostructures half the breadth of a DNA strand could improve the efficiency of light emitting diodes and help solve the most daunting problem facing white LED lighting today: the green gap.


Climate Change Reduces Flood Risk

Researchers analyzed how human-induced climate change has affected recent flooding in Africa's Okavango Delta.


Democratizing Science With High Speed Networks

For the first time, data collected and analyzed by a remote user of NCEM via ESnet has been published. As a result, many are optimistic about the future of remote microscopy for DOE supported science.


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    Calming Plasma's Stormy Seas

    April 23, 2014: Simulations run on NERSC's Edison system show how overcoming ion instabilities in hot plasma can boost a tokamak reactor’s energy output. Read More »

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    Berkeley Lab Scientists Host 12 Albany Students for Annual Job Shadow Day

    April 18, 2014: Albany High School students pose with their Job Shadow Day mentors. For the sixth consecutive year, researchers across Berkeley Lab hosted 12 juniors from Albany High School in conjunction with the school’s annual… Read More »

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    Clocking the Early Universe

    April 17, 2014: Astronomers have made the most accurate calculation yet of the expansion rate of the young Universe with help from supercomputers at NERSC. Their findings could help uncover the nature of dark energy, the mysterious, repulsive force that pervades our universe causing it to expand at an accelerating rate. Read More »