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.
The HPDF will be a $300-500 million first-of-its-kind computing and data infrastructure resource, providing unprecedented data management resources for research.
Congress on Saturday, Sept. 30, 2023 passed a stopgap funding bill that will keep agencies open for 45 days, averting at the 11th hour a shutdown.
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).
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.
The Center for Functional Nanomaterials is a science laboratory specializing in nanoscale research. They provide Advanced Optical Spectroscopy & Microscopy, Materials Synthesis and Characterization, Theory & Computation, Nanofabrication and more.
World-class researchers will provide instruction around the fundamentals and complexities of omics data. Geared toward PhD students and postdoctoral associates, but all are welcome to attend.
The DOE and NSF Interagency Research Act, DOE and NASA Interagency Research Coordination Act and FAA R&D Act “contribute to a larger effort to improve federal R&D”.
New sPHENIX detector and a range of upgraded components at STAR will see full-energy heavy-ion collisions for the first time.
By U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas (R-OK), Chairman of the US House of Representatives Committee on Space, Science, and Technology.