Ames Laboratory research was featured on back-to-back covers, June and July, of JOM, the Journal of the Minerals, Metals and Materials Society.
On May 30, Ames Laboratory hosted a workshop with representatives from other National Laboratories and scientists from around the country to discuss opportunities for single-crystal neutron diffraction studies of quantum materials under pressure – an area of expertise for Ames Laboratory. READ MORE
We're in the June issue of Popular Mechanics! Great image of ALNICO powder-- an iron alloy containing aluminum, nickel, and cobalt-- suspended in a directional magnetic field device called a Halbach array.
A first-of-its-kind copper and graphite combination discovered in basic energy research at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory could have implications for improving the energy efficiency of lithium-ion batteries, which include these components. READ MORE
Ames Laboratory runners -- and walkers -- bolt from the starting line for the innaugural Ames Lab DOE Mile Run on Tuesday, May 1. Eli Chandler (front right, white shirt) had the winning time of 5:31.