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Lawrence Berkeley Natl Lab Researchers Publish New Study on Thermodynamic Scale of Metastability

Researchers at the Energy Department‘s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have released a new study that quantifies the thermodynamic scale of metastability on approximately 30,000 known materials. LLNL said Friday the scale helps transform the design and creation of next-generation materials to be used for applications such as semiconductors and pharmaceuticals. “Materials design …

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NSF, DOE Form Cyber Threat Profiling Working Group

The Energy Department‘s Energy Sciences Network and the National Science Foundation‘s Cybersecurity Center of Excellence have organized a working group tasked to develop a threat profile for open science organizations. ESnet said Wednesday the working group comprises scientists and security professionals from HUBzero, iRods, the San Diego Supercomputer Center, California Institute of Technology, Harvard University, Northwestern …

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Lawrence Berkeley National Lab Unveils Computational Science Research Center; Lynn Orr Comments

The Energy Department’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has opened a new center in an effort to provide universities and research organizations a venue to perform networking and computational science research. Shyh Wang Hall is located at Berkeley Lab and will house DOE’s Energy Sciences Network, National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center …

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DOE: 3 Natl Labs Form Supercomputing Tech Development Alliance

Three Energy Department-funded research centers have forged a partnership that aims to increase scientists’ access to supercomputer technology in efforts to address scientific, national security and environmental problems. DOE said Tuesday the Los Alamos, Sandia and Lawrence Berkeley national laboratories created the Alliance for Application Performance at Extreme Scale to design, procure and implement high-performance computing …

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Kevin Powell: GSA Takes Part in DOE’s Interior Lighting Campaign Through Green Proving Ground Program

The General Services Administration has taken part as an organizing partner in the Energy Department’s Interior Lighting Campaign through its Green Proving Ground initiative. GSA’s GPG program seeks to evaluate early-stage technology platforms that intend to enhance the environmental performance of commercial and federal facilities under the agency’s building portfolio, …

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DOE to Renew Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis With $75M; Lynn Orr Comments

The Energy Department will renew the five-year-old Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis for another five years under a $75 million funding allocation for the DOE Energy Innovation Hub. The center conducts research on the production of liquid transportation fuels via artificial photosynthesis, which utilizes solar energy, water and carbon dioxide, DOE said Tuesday. …

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