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Their work aims to bridge two approaches to driving the reaction – one powered by heat, the other by electricity – with the goal of discovering more efficient and sustainable ways to convert carbon dioxide into useful products.
A ball-and-stick illustration of a single nickel atom (green) bonded to nitrogen atoms (blue) on the surface of a carbon material. The arrangement allows the nickel atoms to catalyze two types of reactions involved in making fuel from CO2.
Belopolski has made key discoveries about Weyl semimetals and topological magnets, systems in which quantum effects produce new emergent particles with exotic electronic and magnetic properties.
Portrait of Ilya Belopolski
Teaching machine learning the basics of accelerator physics is particularly useful in situations where actual data don’t exist.
The process, which also facilitates name changes for religious, marital and other reasons, allows researchers of all genders to own their academic work by updating their names on previous publications.
Name Change
Fulfilling a prediction of Einstein’s theory of General Relativity, researchers report the first-eve...
Black Hole
The research could lead to a better understanding of extreme astrophysical environments and the deve...
high-energy electrons strengthen magnetic fields
An international team led by SLAC/Stanford Professor Ed Solomon used a tantalizing principle borrowe...
Hannah Rhoda with the resonance Raman spectroscopy equipment at Stanford
They discover a short-lived state that could lead to faster and more energy-efficient computing devi...
ultrafast switching
She toured the lab’s powerful X-ray laser, looked at the construction of the world’s largest digital...
Secretary Granholm virtual visit