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2017 R&D 100 Award Winners

Celebrating the R&D 100 Award Winners from Office of Science National Laboratories

Roche Acquires Lab Data Analytics Platform Viewics

Roche, a pharmaceuticals and diagnostics focused on advancing science has announced an agreement to acquire Viewics, Inc., a laboratory business analytics platform. Under the terms of the agreement, Roche is acquiring all shares of the company. Show More Summary

Associate Research Scientist, GOA-ON support – IAEA Environment Laboratories (NAEL), Monaco

This position is part of an IOC-UNESCO/IAEA- co-hosted distributed GOA-ON Secretariat. Closing date: 19 November 2017. Position open for US citizens. Organizational Setting The Department of Nuclear Sciences and Applications implements the IAEA’s Major Programme 2, “Nuclear Techniques for Development and Environmental Protection”. Show More Summary

Spraying Technique Creates Muscle Fibers

Researchers at the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (EMPA) have developed an electrospraying technique that can incorporate living cells into a 3D synthetic polymer scaffold. The cells can then grow toShow More Summary

INCITE grants of 5.95 billion hours awarded to 55 computational research projects

(DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory) The US Department of Energy's Office of Science announced 55 projects with high potential for accelerating discovery through its Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) program. Show More Summary

Argonne forms new divisions to focus on computation and data science strengths

The U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory has formed two new research divisions to focus its lab-wide foundational expertise on computational science and data science activities.

NSF awards $2.8 million grant to develop advanced ocean and atmosphere simulator

(National Science Foundation) Can Earth's complex ocean-atmosphere system be mimicked in a laboratory? The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $2.8 million to the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) in La Jolla, California,...Show More Summary

Muscles out of the spray can

(Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (EMPA)) An artificial heart would be an absolute lifesaver for people with cardiac failure. However, to recreate the complex organ in the laboratory, one would first need to work out how to grow multi-layered, living tissues. Show More Summary

A force-driven mechanism for establishing cell polarity

A team of researchers from the Mechanobiology Institute, Singapore (MBI) at the National University of Singapore, along with colleagues from Temasek Life Sciences Laboratory and ASTAR's Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Singapore,...Show More Summary

Constructing buildings with re-useable components

(University of Luxembourg) - The Institute for Civil Engineering and Environment (INCEEN) at the University of Luxembourg have signed a 'memorandum of understanding' with the Suisse Federal Laboratories of Materials Science and Technology (Empa) of the domain of ETH Zürich to collaborate on research on energy efficiency in the construction sector. Show More Summary

Illuminated pajamas treat newborns

(Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology (EMPA)) Babies who suffer from jaundice after birth are treated with shortwave light. Empa researchers have now developed illuminated pajamas that replace the treatment in an incubator. This means newborns can get healthy while warm and happy in their mothers' arms.

2017 R&D 100 Awards

Celebrating the R&D 100 Award Finalists from Office of Science National Laboratories

Tourassi named top scientist at ORNL's annual Awards night

(DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory) Georgia Tourassi of Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Computing and Computational Sciences Directorate has received the ORNL Director's Award for Outstanding Individual Accomplishment in Science and Technology.

Scientists solve fundamental puzzle in medical imaging

Scientists from Stony Brook University have used a novel technique at the National Synchrotron Light Source II (NSLS-II), a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science User Facility located at Brookhaven National Laboratory, to answer longstanding questions in medical imaging.

US nuclear agency seeks bidders for nuclear lab contract

The U.S. agency that oversees the nation's nuclear weapons cache and the science behind it has detailed its requirements for the next manager of Los Alamos National Laboratory in a … Click to Continue »

Penn Radiology Researcher Awarded $3.9 Million to Help Develop First Three-Dimensional Digital Atlas of Brain Cells

James C. Gee, PhD, director of the Penn Image Computing and Science Laboratory in the Department of Radiology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, has received two grants totaling $3.9 million from the...Show More Summary

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A few short items: My graduate school roommate Nathan Myhrvold has a new book coming out this month, a five-volume series about the science of bread, based on several years of research into the subject at his laboratory near Seattle. … Continue reading ?

Cryo-EM imaging suggests how the double helix separates during replication

(Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory) Figuring out how accurate replication works at the level of individual molecules and atoms is one of the great achievements of modern science. The journey of investigators is not yet done, however. A major unsolved part of the puzzle is understanding how the entire process of copying the genome begins. Show More Summary

Two ORNL-led research teams receive $10.5 million to advance quantum computing for science

(DOE/Oak Ridge National Laboratory) DOE's Office of Science has awarded two research teams, each headed by a member of ORNL's Quantum Information Science Group, more than $10 million over 5 years to both assess the feasibility of quantum...Show More Summary

This Copy of the Book ‘Fahrenheit 451’ Can Only Be Read When Heated

Science, art and dystopian fiction come together in a fascinating new project that puts a highly appropriate heat-sensitive twist on Ray Bradbury’s classic novel, Fahrenheit 451. Charles Nypels Laboratory, which is part of Holland’s Jan van Eyck Academie, an institute for fine art and design, collaborated with graphic design collective Super Terrain to create a …

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