Lighting the Way for Nanotube Innovation

Advancing Understanding of Heavy Elements at the Edge of the Periodic Table

Uranium compound achieves record anomalous Nernst conductivity

New class of versatile, high-performance quantum dots primed for medical imaging, quantum computing

Lack of symmetry in qubits can't fix errors in quantum computing, but might explain matter/antimatter imbalance

The quantum butterfly non-effect

Simulating quantum 'time travel' disproves butterfly effect in quantum realm

Machine learning unearths signature of slow-slip quake origins in seismic data

Quantum time travel doesn't follow Back to the Future rules

Quantum dot solar cells get greener

Efficient, "green" quantum-dot solar cells exploit defects

Improved Catalyst Branches Out and Out-Performs

No Strain, No Gain! Breakthrough in 2D Material that Produces Single Photons

Machine fault

Novel approach lets scientists draw superconducting patterns

Opening access to explore the synthetic chemistry of neptunium

Artificial intelligence takes on earthquake prediction

Machine-learning competition boosts earthquake prediction capabilities

More stable light comes from intentionally 'squashed' quantum dots

Carbon nanotube optics poised to provide pathway to optical-based quantum cryptography and quantum computing

Researchers discover novel exciton interactions in carbon nanotubes

Tweaking quantum dots powers-up double-pane solar windows

Los Alamos Offers New Insights Into Radiation Damage Evolution

International Business Times selects Los Alamos luminescent solar concentrators as one of their "10 amazing tech innovations in 2014C

Los Alamos develops new technique for growing high-efficiency perovskite solar cells

An ordered nanomaterial from bulk processing

Bruce Carlsten wins prestigious Wilson Prize

Los Alamos honors three for research, leadership with Fellows Prizes

Laboratory lands 2018 DOE Energy Frontier Research Center

Top young Los Alamos researchers honored with DOE Early Career Awards

Seven Los Alamos scientists, including 5 sponsored by the DOE Office of Science [Htoon (BES), Kawano (NP), Lewellen (HEP), Trugman (BES), Zapf (BES)], honored by American Physical Society as APS Fellows

Carlsten, Nguyen and Sheffield win Free-Electron Laser Prize

David L. Clark selected for 2017 Glenn T. Seaborg Award for Nuclear Chemistry

Ten Los Alamos scientists, including four sponsored by the DOE Office of Science, honored by American Physical Society

Los Alamos scientist Christopher Lee to receive DOE Office of Science Early Career Award

Laboratory Chemist selected as the 2015 recipient of the F. Albert Cotton Award in Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry.

Laboratory FES PI selected as Fellow by the APS Division of Plasmas Physics

Laboratory researcher Joel Rowland to receive 2014 DOE Early Career Award

Los Alamos Physicist Honored with 2013 E.O. Lawrence Award in  Condensed Matter and Materials Sciences

Neutron reactions and climate uncertainties earn Los Alamos scientists DOE Early Career awards