VIDEO: ON THE LINE: WATCHING NANOPARTICLES GET IN SHAPE

Imaging of the same spot shows that cracks eventually self-heal, an important trademark that maintains the integrity of structured...

A Sponge to Soak Up Carbon Dioxide in the Air

A SPONGE TO SOAK UP CARBON DIOXIDE IN THE AIR

Berkeley Lab is pursuing a portfolio of negative emissions technologies and related research to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere....

 
 
 
Researchers Hunt for New Particles in Particle Collider Data

RESEARCHERS HUNT FOR NEW PARTICLES IN PARTICLE COLLIDER DATA

CERN's ATLAS detector undergoes upgrades in 2020 in preparation for its next round of particle physics experiments, scheduled to begin...

National Labs Band Together to Build Prototype Magnet for Future and Existing Light Sources

NATIONAL LABS BAND TOGETHER TO BUILD PROTOTYPE MAGNET FOR FUTURE AND EXISTING LIGHT SOURCES

This half-meter-long prototype of a niobium-tin superconducting undulator magnet was designed and built by a team from the U.S. Department...

 
 
 
Advisory Committee Releases Strategic Plan for U.S. Fusion, Plasma Program

ADVISORY COMMITTEE RELEASES STRATEGIC PLAN FOR U.S. FUSION, PLASMA PROGRAM

This 2018 photo shows the BELLA HTT laser system, which enables multipulse, high-energy-density photon sources for LaserNetUS and other...

Applying Quantum Computing to a Particle Process

APPLYING QUANTUM COMPUTING TO A PARTICLE PROCESS

An ATLAS particle collision event display from 2018, showing the spray of particles emanating from the collision of protons, and the...

 
 
 
Susannah Tringe Appointed Director of Berkeley Lab's Environmental Genomics and Systems Biology Division

SUSANNAH TRINGE APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF BERKELEY LAB'S ENVIRONMENTAL GENOMICS AND SYSTEMS BIOLOGY DIVISION

Susannah Tringe, photographed in Berkeley, California, 02/04/2021. Following an international search , Lawrence Berkeley National...

The Green Secrets of Goat Poop

THE GREEN SECRETS OF GOAT POOP

An illustration featuring Elway, the San Clemente Island goat whose poop samples were used in this study. (Credit: Santa Barbara Zoo,...

 
 
 
Berkeley Lab Celebrates 90th Anniversary, Imagines the Next 90 Years

BERKELEY LAB CELEBRATES 90TH ANNIVERSARY, IMAGINES THE NEXT 90 YEARS

Ninety years ago, in August of 1931, physics professor Ernest Lawrence created the Radiation Laboratory in a modest building on the...

Discoveries at the Edge of the Periodic Table: First Ever Measurements of Einsteinium

DISCOVERIES AT THE EDGE OF THE PERIODIC TABLE: FIRST EVER MEASUREMENTS OF EINSTEINIUM

Berkeley Lab scientists Leticia Arnedo-Sanchez , Katherine Shield, Korey Carter, and Jennifer Wacker had to add respirators to their...

 
 
 
AI Finds More Than 1,200 Gravitational Lensing Candidates

AI FINDS MORE THAN 1,200 GRAVITATIONAL LENSING CANDIDATES

A gravitational lens found in the DESI Legacy Surveys data. There are four sets of lensed images that correspond to four background...

Pioneering Framework Could Reduce Energy Demand in Buildings

PIONEERING FRAMEWORK COULD REDUCE ENERGY DEMAND IN BUILDINGS

Schematic of thermal interactions with the environment and energy transfers that are needed for the theoretical minimum thermal load...

 
 
 

A DETAILED LOOK INSIDE TSETSE FLIES

An animation produced from an X-ray microtomography scan of a female tsetse fly's abdomen. The animation highlights the female reproductive...

Are Gut Microbes the Key to Unlocking Anxiety?

ARE GUT MICROBES THE KEY TO UNLOCKING ANXIETY?

A scanning electron micrograph of Escherichia coli, which are one of many strains of bacteria found in mammalian guts. (Credit: National...

 
 
 
Getting to Net Zero - and Even Net Negative - is Surprisingly Feasible, and Affordable

GETTING TO NET ZERO - AND EVEN NET NEGATIVE - IS SURPRISINGLY FEASIBLE, AND AFFORDABLE

Regardless of the pathway we take to become carbon neutral by 2050, the actions needed in the next 10 years are the same. Reaching...

A New Way to Measure Record-Setting Electron Beams

A NEW WAY TO MEASURE RECORD-SETTING ELECTRON BEAMS

Sam Barber, left, a research scientist at Berkeley Lab's BELLA Center, and Jeroen van Tilborg, a staff scientist at the BELLA Center,...

 
 
 
How to Find Mutated Sperm? Just Go FISH

HOW TO FIND MUTATED SPERM? JUST GO FISH

Chemotherapy and radiation treatments are known to cause harsh side effects that patients can see or feel throughout their bodies....

Study: X-Rays Surrounding ‘Magnificent 7' May Be Traces of Sought-After Particle

STUDY: X-RAYS SURROUNDING ‘MAGNIFICENT 7' MAY BE TRACES OF SOUGHT-AFTER PARTICLE

An artistic rendering of the XMM-Newton space telescope. A study of archival data from the XMM-Newton and the Chandra X-ray space telescopes...

 
 
 
Ozone Generators May Help Remediate Contamination Caused by Thirdhand Smoke

OZONE GENERATORS MAY HELP REMEDIATE CONTAMINATION CAUSED BY THIRDHAND SMOKE

Residue from cigarettes can linger on indoor surfaces for years and even decades. In 10 years of studying thirdhand smoke, which is...

New Research Technique Sheds Light on Least Understood Part of Lithium Batteries

NEW RESEARCH TECHNIQUE SHEDS LIGHT ON LEAST UNDERSTOOD PART OF LITHIUM BATTERIES

A scientist works on the MALDI (matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization) mass spectrometer at Berkeley Lab's Molecular Foundry....

 
 
 



World Biotechnology Congress 2019

Hilaris Conferences is going to host its premier World Biotechnology Congress 2019 during October 01-02, 2019, Valencia, Spain. Biotechnology 2019 Congress aim to create a... Read more ...

World Biotechnology Congress 2019

Hilaris Conferences is going to host its premier World Biotechnology Congress 2019 during October 01-02, 2019, Valencia, Spain. Biotechnology 2019 Congress aim to create a... Read more ...

2nd International Conference on Tissue Science and Regenerative Medicine

This conference is designed for experts in academia and industries working in the tissue science and regenerative field, this conference will examine cutting-edge research in... Read more ...

Using the Power of Genomics to Find Answers for Rare Disease Patients and...

Using the Power of Genomics to Find Answers for Rare Disease Patients and Families

Sunday is Rare Disease Day - a time to honor the patients, families, caregivers, and healthcare professionals who are part of the rare disease community.  At PacBio, we are... Read more ...

Structural insights into homotrimeric assembly of cellulose synthase CesA7...

Summary Cellulose is one of the most abundant organic polymers in nature. It contains multiple β‐1,4‐glucan chains synthesized by cellulose synthases on the plasma membrane of... Read more ...

Wheat with greatly reduced accumulation of free asparagine in the grain...

Summary Free asparagine is the precursor for acrylamide, which forms during the baking, toasting and high‐temperature processing of foods made from wheat. In this study... Read more ...

Accurate and fast mitotic detection using an anchor-free method based on...

To effectively detect and investigate various cell-related diseases, it is essential to understand cell behaviour. The ability to detection mitotic cells is a fundamental step... Read more ...

Biomedical articles share annotations with their citation neighbors

Numerous efforts have been poured into annotating the wealth of knowledge contained in biomedical articles. Thanks to such efforts, it is now possible to quantitatively explore... Read more ...

Blinking Statistics and Molecular Counting in direct Stochastic...

AbstractMotivationMany recent advancements in single molecule localisation microscopy exploit the stochastic photo-switching of fluorophores to reveal complex cellular... Read more ...

CCmed: Cross-condition mediation analysis for identifying replicable...

AbstractMotivationTrans-acting expression quantitative trait loci collectively explain a substantial proportion of expression variation, yet are challenging to detect and... Read more ...

Splice-aware RNA-Seq data simulation

AbstractSummaryA plethora of tools exist for RNA-Seq data analysis with a focus on alternative splicing. However, appropriate data for their comparative evaluation is missing... Read more ...

Signs point to COVID-19 vaccines slowing viral transmission, not just disease

Researchers say recent findings bode well for vaccines helping slow the spread of the pandemic... Read more ...

Thermo Fisher completes $450M acquisition of San Diego COVID test maker Mesa...

Mesa developed a desktop, molecular COVID-19 test that delivers results in as little as 30 minutes... Read more ...