Device could provide pressurized steam to run autoclaves without the need for electricity in off-grid areas.
MIT is among nine universities selected as part of a program sponsored by the DoE to support science-based modeling and simulation and exascale computing technologies.
Oklo’s team is using a startup mindset to build novel reactors while meeting federal regulations.
Findings on short-range nuclear interactions will help scientists investigate neutron stars and heavy radioactive nuclei.
Co-design Center for Quantum Advantage and Quantum Systems Accelerator are funded by the U.S. Department of Energy to accelerate the development of quantum computers.
Multidisciplinary team uses metal organic frameworks to extract radioactive krypton from fuel-reprocessing gasses.
New work on 2D and 3D meshing aims to address challenges with some of today’s state-of-the-art methods.
Faculty from the departments of physics, chemical engineering, and mechanical engineering were selected for the 2020 Early Career Research Program.
In certain alloys, exposure to proton irradiation can extend the material’s lifetime, study finds.
Fabrication technique will enable SkyWater Technology to manufacture a range of electronics that can withstand harsh radiation environments.
Exotic states called Kohn anomalies could offer clues to why some materials have the electronic properties they do.
Modeling study shows battery reuse systems could be profitable for both electric vehicle companies and grid-scale solar operations.
Results could help designers engineer high-temperature superconductors and quantum computing devices.