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PET scan imaging could benefit from newly discovered technology.


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PHENIX, a software suite launched 17 years ago at our lab to automate the analysis of structural biology data, has received $9.3 million from the +National Institutes of Health (NIH) of Health for continued development. The grant will support the use of PHENIX to build and refine models to solve three-dimensional macromolecular structures.



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Innovative chemical process can overcome mass-manufacturing challenges for class of plastics known as polysulfonates.


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Science fans everywhere rejoice! A new era in #particlephysics research has officially begun. Unlocking the mysteries of these particles could help explain more about how the universe works and why matter exists at all.



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We’re leading a new project in #geothermal energy, a #cleantech that could power 100 million American homes!

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The Joint BioEnergy Institute, led by Berkeley Lab, is one of four DOE Bioenergy Research Centers to receive funding in support of innovative research on biofuels and bioproducts. The awards total $40 million for the four centers, marking the next research phase at JBEI.


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A Berkeley Lab-led report highlights new, compact technique for producing beams that could “see” through thick steel and concrete to more easily detect and identify concealed or smuggled nuclear materials for national security and other applications.

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Adding 143 million more EV cars by 2030 in India would only add 6% to the projected peak load of electricity demand for that year, according to our new report.



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Through the looking glass… Electron Shower Detector for Stanford Positron Electron Accelerator Ring (SPEAR), with John Kadyk in Bldg. 51 on January 22, 1973.

#tbt #throwbackthursday #EmbraceYourGeeknessDay
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