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Nanotech Wafer Turns Carbon Dioxide Into Ethanol
Technique to create alcohol from thin air has applications in renewable energy
This Tiny Bioreactor Could Save Lives Far From A Hospital
It could save lives in remote locations
Supersize Your DIY Computing With Tiny Titan
Mmm, cores of Raspberry Pis.
Man Who Blew Whistle On Danger At Oak Ridge Lab Has Died
Back in 1990, Charles Varnadore, a technician at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, had had enough with the...
International Scientists Race to Create the Heaviest Element in the Universe
Two international teams are competing to create the heaviest element in the universe. Super-heavy elements are the elements at the...
Jaguar, What Are You Working on Today?
A word with the nation's biggest petascale supercomputer
Jaguar is Getting a GPU Upgrade, to Make it the World’s Fastest Supercomputer Again
The new souped-up supercomputer will be renamed Titan
Self-Correcting Laser Rifle Sight Gives the Most Accurate Shot Yet
When you’re aiming at a target two miles away, the slightest perturbation could end up causing a catastrophic miss —...
After Hack, Oak Ridge National Lab Finds Data Breach, Pulls Its Internet Plug
The national laboratory that may or may not have played a supporting role in the Stuxnet cyberattack on Iran’s nuclear...
New Condensation Tech Captures Drinkable Water From Diesel Exhaust
We’ve seen plenty of concepts designed to lessen the physical burden of being a member of the military — Marines...