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  • Shiny quantum dots brighten future of solar cellsDemonstration of large-area luminescent solar concentrators that use a new generation of specially engineered quantum dots. Click on image to read more.
  • Desert Scientists Turn to Rainforest for Climate AnswersScientists deployed to Brazil’s Amazon Basin unravel mysteries of how land and atmospheric processes affect tropical hydrology and climate. Click on image to read more.
  • LANL researcher Joel Rowland to receive 2014 DOE Early Career AwardResearch focuses on land surface dynamics in Arctic environments. Click on image to read more.
Shiny quantum dots brighten future of solar cells1 Desert Scientists Turn to Rainforest for Climate Answers2 LANL researcher Joel Rowland to receive 2014 DOE Early Career Award3
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Through the DOE Office of Science, Los Alamos conducts long-term, national-security-inspired, fundamental science. These often high-risk and high-payoff efforts enable remarkable discoveries and tools that transform our understanding of energy and matter and advance the national, economic, and energy security of the United States. These programs further help Los Alamos National Laboratory attract, retain, and develop an inventive and innovative workforce connected closely with the best researchers and facilities in the world. To validate the quality, relevance, and performance of our work, the Office of Science sets the most rigorous standards of competition, peer review, and project management.


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