In a boost for biomimicry and self-assembling molecular systems, Berkeley Lab researchers have shown that a concept widely accepted as describing the folding of a single individual protein is also applicable to the self-assembly of multiple proteins.
PaR-PaR is a simple high-level robot-programming language that makes it much easier for researchers in the biological sciences to teach their robots new tricks.
Berkeley Lab's lead in laser plasma acceleration research continues with new benchmarks for electron beam quality.
The new building will house the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis (JCAP), the DOE Energy Innovation Hub for Fuels from Sunlight
Berkeley Lab researchers were surprised to find that indoor CO2, previously thought harmless, has significant adverse effects on the ability to think strategically and make decisions.
Scientists have identified tissue mechanisms that may influence a woman's susceptibility or resistance to breast cancer after exposure to low-dose radiation, such as the levels used in full-body CT scans and radiotherapy.
By encapsulating metallic nanoclusters within the branched molecular arms of dendrimers, Lab researchers have combined the best properties of heterogeneous and homogeneous industrial catalysts.
At the Lab's Open House this past Saturday, the last remaining unnamed main road was christened for the 2011 Nobel Prize winner in Physics, Saul Perlmutter.
Berkeley Lab researchers have unlocked the ferromagnetic secrets of promising materials.
A team led by Berkeley Lab's Ashok Gadgil is the recipient of the 5th Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water. The prize recognizes his team for developing an innovative technology for affordable arsenic-safe drinking water in Bangladesh and nearby regions.