Presentations will cover research trends, foundational breakthroughs with broad relevance, overviews of progress and new research, education, and innovation areas with a focus on nanobiology, nanobiomanufacturing, and nano-biomedicine.
SC23’s temporary network, known as SCinet, will achieve record speeds of up to 6.71 Terabits per second.
The Joint Genome Institute at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is excited to announce the fifteen scientists selected for our 2023 Community Science Program Annual Call.
FOA will support work to address regional resilience needs and impacts on natural, socioeconomic, and/or built systems and their intersections.
Designed for full-time faculty members from institutions historically marginalized in STEM research, an opportunity to enhance research competitiveness and the innovative STEM learning.
The HPDF will be a $300-500 million first-of-its-kind computing and data infrastructure resource, providing unprecedented data management resources for research.
The Sept. 11 NNCO-organized Nanotechnology Infrastructure Leaders Summit included the leadership of 35 different user facilities, open research laboratories, and innovation institutes from across the United States.
NSF has awarded the University of Rochester nearly $18 million over three years to design and prototype key technologies for the OMEGA Extended Performance Optical Parametric Amplifier Line (EP-OPAL).
Natalie Holder, Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer of the Stanford National Accelerator Lab (SLAC); Kevin Fournier, User Office Director for the National Ignition Facility.
The High Rigidity Spectrometer (HRS) instrument at FRIB will enable scientists to characterize the properties of isotopes that are created in rare-isotope reactions produced at about 50 percent of the speed of light.