Friday, July 20, 2018

Week Ending July 20

Lab news releases earned the following coverage:

Global Energy World picked up a Lab announcement on Ravi Prasher’s appointment as ALD. (July 19)

Controlled Environments and MyScience picked up a Lab release on a nanoscale imaging study led by Francesca Toma (CSD). (July 18)

Controlled Environments picked up a Lab feature article adapted from a U.K. release about the arrival of a cryostat device that will hold liquid xenon for the Lab-led LUX-ZEPLIN project in development in South Dakota. (July 17) republishes a Q&A about the IceCube experiment, originally posted here, with Lab physicist Spencer Klein. (July 13)

The Lab or Lab staff appeared in the following media:

An HPCwire story on exascale computing mentons a project called FFTX to be led by the Lab. (July 19)

Hein Meling (CRD) is quoted in an article in ThirtyK on a blockchain security protocol. (July 17)

Mother Nature Network produced a video about the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument and its mission. (July 17)

The Business Journal (Youngstown, OH) ran an article about Youngstown State U. computer science professor Alina Lazar bringing two students to the Lab as part of a summer research program. (July 16)

In an article on tropical cyclones Science News for Students cited Christina Patricola (EESA). (July 16)

A WAMC/NPR report on how heat affects performance cites a 2006 Lab study on office temperatures. (July 16)

Kathryn Zurek (PH) is quoted in the Newburgh Gazette’s report on the IceCube neutrino discovery. (July 15)

Kathy Yelick was quoted in an HPCWire piece on her testimony before the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. (July 14)