Latest Brookhaven National Laboratory Stories
An international team of researchers from the United States, Korea, and France has sequenced and analyzed the genomes of two important laboratory strains of E coli bacteria, one used to study evolution and the other to produce proteins for basic research or practical applications.
Compounds that kill dormant pathogen while sparing human cells could lead to new drugs.
Reveals shape-shifting atomic interactions; suggests mechanism and possible drug targets.
An international team of scientists has discovered extensive similarities between a strain of bacteria commonly associated with plants and one increasingly linked to opportunistic infections in hospital patients.
In 1972, Apollo astronauts narrowly escaped a potential catastrophe. On August 2nd of that year, a large and angry sunspot appeared and began to erupt, over and over again for more than a week, producing a record-setting fusillade of solar proton radiation.
Several years after Duke University researchers announced spectacular behavior of a low density ultracold gas cloud, researchers at Brookhaven National Laboratory have observed strikingly similar properties in a very hot and dense plasma "fluid" created to simulate conditions when the universe was about one millionths of a second old.
NIST, Brookhaven Researchers Use Tuberculosis Bacteria to End 25-Year Quest
Findings have implications for increasing biomass for the production of biofuels.
A team of scientists at the U.S. Department of Energyâ€™s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory, in collaboration with researchers from the University of Delaware and Yeshiva University, has developed a new catalyst that could make ethanol-powered fuel cells feasible.
New research may be able to explain why men are more capable of watching what they eat than women.
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