Stories with the tag: Physics
The search for dark matter called spin-dependent WIMPS is on — in an underground lab in Canada
Release Date: 2/27/2017
Water is unlike other substances because its solid form — like this iceberg — is less dense than its liquid form — like this ocean. Scientists are studying other weird properties of water.
Release Date: 12/13/2016
PNNL's Xue Bin Wang has been elected to the rank of fellow of the American Physical Society for his contributions in condensed phase chemical physics.
Release Date: 12/9/2016
PNNL scientist Greg Kimmel has been elected to the rank of Fellow of the American Vacuum Society for his research on “water behavior.”
Release Date: 7/27/2016
PNNL leads the nation's contribution to the Belle II detector at Japan's new SuperKEKB accelerator, which has circulated beams of particles for the first time.
Release Date: 3/1/2016
Physics World honored the team of Project 8 for detecting radio waves from a single electron for the first time. Physics World says, "Project 8 is now working hard to improve the precision of the measurement so it can be used to calculate one of the most elusive quantities in physics."
Release Date: 12/11/2015
Earlier in their careers, six PNNL researchers contributed to the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory project, which received the 2016 Breakthrough Prize.
Release Date: 11/10/2015
PNNL scientist Scott Chambers elected Fellow of the American Physical Society for oxide materials research accomplishments.
Release Date: 11/6/2015
Recognition is for research designed to reduce carbon emissions, improve energy storage materials and measure neutrinos.
Release Date: 5/6/2015
For the first time, researchers have detected energy given off by single electrons trapped in a magnetic field. The result might help them figure out how much a neutrino, one of the smallest particles in the universe, weighs.
Release Date: 4/28/2015