|If you see students with reporter's notebooks around the Lab or get a phone call asking for an interview, it's most likely a student participating in the "Greenlee Project." Students in the Greenlee science writing class were at the Lab on Jan. 29 for an introduction to the Lab in preparation for writing stories about Ames Lab research.|
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|Five finalists for the vacant Ames Laboratory Director position have been announced. The on-campus interview process is underway and so far, two of the candidates have visited the Lab and participated in open forums.|
|Ames Laboratory researchers have demonstrated broadband terahertz (THz) wave generation using metamaterials. The discovery may help develop noninvasive imaging and sensing, and make possible THz-speed information communication, processing and storage. The results appeared in the Jan. 8 issue of Nature Communications.|
|February is Heart Month so follow these steps from the American Heart Association to cut your risk of heart attack.|
|Twenty-three volunteers were honored at this year's High School Science Bowl for their years of service as moderators, judges, timers and scorekeepers. Ames Lab's Chief research officer Duane Johnson presented 5-year, 10-year, 15-year and 20-year pins to the group.|
|Ames Lab is known for creating and characterizing materials. So, what's the material shown in this photo? Carbon nanotubes? A rare-earth alloy? Read on to find out.|
Ames High School defeated Des Moines Central Academy 50-36 in the championship match here Saturday to win the 2014 Ames Laboratory/Iowa State University Regional High School Science Bowl. Ames will advance to the U.S. Department of Energyâ€™s National Science Bowl, April 24-27 in Washington D.C.