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  • Will Lithium-Air Battery Be the Silver Bullet?

    Currently, the lithium-ion battery is the most effective battery composition and the one being deployed by automakers in the Toyota Prius, Chevy Volt and Nissan Leaf. It provides the most energy while taking the least amount of space. However, researchers...
  • Your Tax Dollars at Work: Argonne Lab's Diesel Research

    The U.S. Department of Energy???s Argonne National Laboratory outside of Chicago is synonymous with the rise of nuclear power in the last century, but it's currently improving a technology that could already be sitting in your garage: the diesel engine......

    Chrysler Developing Engine That Burns Gasoline and Diesel

    Chrysler and the U.S. Department of Energy are developing a radical prototype engine that burns a combination of gasoline and diesel fuels that could help Chrysler and other automakers meet future fuel economy targets, according to a presentation given...

    Science postdoc told to grin and bear prof's wandering eye

     Science postdoc told to grin and bear prof's wandering eye
    It's like they hired Princeton Mom over there at Science magazine. In a piece made famous for being both terrible advice and retracted, the magazine's Ask Alice columnist, virologist Alice Huang, counseled a postdoctoral student to grin and bear it when...

    Argonne helping quieter jet engines take off

    Argonne helping quieter jet engines take off
    Downstream from the noisiest places in Chicago — the runways at O'Hare International Airport and the surrounding sky — scientists at a government laboratory are quietly working to understand at the most detailed level why jet engines are so...