Archived News

“New technique lets scientists examine the quirks of lithium-ion batteries in real time,” ClimateWire (March 11, 2014)

“SOLAR SURPRISE 'Multidisciplinary ORNL team discovers unexpected effect of heavy hydrogen in organic solar cells'” ORNL Press Release (March 5, 2014)

“Real-time view of battery electrochemistry,” Science Daily (February 19, 2014)

“Ballistic Transport in Graphene Suggests New Type of Electronic Device,” Georgia Tech Press Release (February 5, 2014)

“New Capability Helps Overcome Limitations in the Study of Energy and Materials Applications,” The National Institute for Computational Sciences (January 15, 2014)

“New Twist on Epitaxial Growth Opens New Possibilities for Two-Dimensional Materials,” IEEE Spectrum (January 13, 2014)

“Researchers Invent ‘Sideways’ Approach to 2-D Hybrid Materials,” Lab Manager (January 13, 2014)

“How to build a ‘memcomputer,’” Physics World (November 19, 2013)

“Oxygen ‘sponge’ presents path to better catalysts, energy materials,” R&D Magazine (August 29, 2013)

“Breakthrough Energy-Dense Battery Uses Lithium and Sulfur,” Scientific American (June 6, 2013)

“Opening the Eye Popping Possibilities of the Smallest Scales,” DOE Office of Science website (May 23, 2013)

“Hands-on CNMS school delivers '10 years of literature in four days',” ORNL Press Release (March 12, 2013)

“Battery Material Prevents Fires, Stores Five Times the Energy,” MIT Technology Review (January 25, 2013)

“ORNL's Sean Smith elected AAAS Fellow,” Atomic City Underground at (November 30, 2012)

“ORNL develops lignin-based thermoplastic conversion process,” Newswise (November 30, 2012)

“Catching Lithium Ions in Action in a Battery Electrode,” US DOE Office of Science, BES Highlights (October 2012)

“ORNL Research Uncovers Path to Defect-free Thin Films,” Wireless Design & Development (September 24, 2012)

“Researchers explore Li-air battery reversibility on the nanoscale,” Phys.Org (August 8, 2012)

“Small equals sensitive for MEMS-based antenna,” R&D Magazine (August 7, 2012)

“Nanotube 'sponge' has potential in oil spill cleanup,” Oak Ridger (May 10, 2012)