Los Alamos National Laboratory
Lab Home  |  Phone
ADEPS  Materials Physics and Applications, MPA

Materials Matter

December 2014
In this issue:

  • Mary Elizabeth Phipps: Intrepidly exploring new research frontiers through nature-inspired nanoscience
  • From Toni's Desk
  • From Quanxi?s Desk
  • Janoschek receives Wolfram-Prandl Prize for neutron scattering research
  • Electrical contacts to the metallic phase of MoS2 enhance performance of ultrathin electronics
  • Novel noise-based probe demonstrated at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Sinha and SFAI team win Feynman Innovation Prize
  • Sandberg to help steer LCLS x-ray laser user program
  • Heads UP!
  • Celebrating service
  • LA-UR-14-29149

September 2014
In this issue:

  • Rod Borup: Championing durability through advanced materials for hydrogen cars
  • From Toni's Desk
  • From Rick's Desk
  • Zelenay joins ranks of Electrochemical Society Fellows
  • Kiplinger garners F. Albert Cotton Award in Synthetic Inorganic Chemistry
  • Novel Los Alamos-invented tools enable breakthrough tracking of single molecules in live cells
  • Los Alamos scientists present extensive review of Bose-Einstein condensation in quantum magnets
  • Heads UP!
  • Celebrating service
  • LA-UR-14-27485

July 2014
In this issue:

  • R. Dean Taylor: Celebrating 60 years of materials science research
  • From David's Desk
  • From Jeff's Desk
  • Solving scientific problems the Mossbauer way
  • Measuring the emergence of superconductivity
  • Durakiewicz selected as program director for condensed matter physics at NSF
  • Celebrating service
  • A farewell to David Morris
  • Heads UP!
  • LA-UR-14-25980

May 2014
In this issue:

  • Congratulations! Awards recognize MPA scientists for distinguished mentoring, research
  • From David's Desk
  • From Mike's Desk
  • Opening a new frontier in fabricating bulk nano-laminate composite materials for extreme environments
  • Invited article reviews advances in thin film actinide materials and theory
  • Graphene oxide films developed for a range of technical applications
  • Flipping the switch on magnetism in strontium titanate
  • Heads UP! P2 recipients recognized for environmental successes.
  • Celebrating service
  • LA-UR-14-23864

March 2014
In this issue:

  • Doan Nguyen: Rolling out ultrahigh field magnets that cool faster and last longer
  • From Toni's Desk
  • From Kristin's Desk
  • Building reduced graphene oxide thin films as ultrabarriers for organic electronics
  • Celebrating service
  • First in situ x-ray images of void collapse pave way for better models of explosives
  • Jia selected as a new Materials Research Society Fellow
  • Crooker honored as Optical Society of America Fellow
  • Heads Up! Taking charge of electricity usage.
  • ADEPS Environmental Action Plan for FY14
  • LA-UR-14-22080

January 2014
In this issue:

  • Enkeleda Dervishi: Exploring world-changing opportunities through nanoscale science
  • From David's Desk
  • From Andrew's Desk
  • Nan Li to receive TMS Young Leaders Professional Development Award
  • Coherent diffractive imaging featured in JOM and at TMS 2013
  • Lab scientists offer their point of view on materials prediction
  • Dynamic, single-molecule fluorescence imaging of cellulases on crystalline cellulose
  • Heads UP!
  • Celebrating service
  • LA-UR-14-20052

Materials Matter Archive:

2013 MPA Materials Matter

2012 MPA Materials Matter

2011 MPA Materials Matter

For older issues of MPA Materials Matter, please email the Web contact.

Operated by Los Alamos National Security, LLC for the U.S. Department of Energy's NNSA

Inside | © Copyright 2010-11 Los Alamos National Security, LLC All rights reserved | Disclaimer/Privacy | Web Contact