‘Cradle to cradle’ research expands composites’ 3D-printing possibilities

Researchers at the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory are extending the boundaries of composite-based materials use

Machine learning brings faster answers for healthcare providers

Waiting for answers surrounding a healthcare condition can be as stressful as the condition itself.

Researchers demonstrate novel technique to observe molten salt intrusion in nuclear-grade graphite

Researchers develop new method to analyze proteins in ecologically significant moss
  • Sphagnum mosses dominate peatlands that store about a third of the world’s terrestrial carbon. 
  • A type of peat moss has surprised sc

Connected, automated vehicle traveling through time-controlled, integrated traffic lights maximized energy efficiency

Oak Ridge National Laboratory researchers  determined that a connected and automated vehicle, or CAV, traveling on a multilane highwa