LBNL

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LBNLLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley, CA)
LBNLLast But Not Least
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(9.) LBNL. "BPD API Documentation." Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
"Different materials absorb different amounts of nicotine [therefore producing different amounts of TSNAs]," adds coauthor Hugo Destaillats, also of the LBNL. "We only examined paper and stainless steel; other materials in cars and homes absorb other quantities." For instance, wool, cotton, silk, linen, acetate, and polyester all absorb SHS compounds, (27), (28) and nicotine is reported to be adsorbed by carpet and wallboard in quantities 2-3 orders of magnitude greater than the amount that would have been adsorbed by the pickup truck's stainless steel glove compartment door.
"This is the fastest evolving supernova we have ever seen," said Poznanski, a UC Berkeley post-doctoral fellow who recently joined LBNL's Computational Cosmology Center.
'By understanding the genomics of the reservoir microbes, it may be possible to infer how their activities can be better controlled toward useful purposes,' says LBNL senior earth scientist Terry Hazen.
Army Engineer Research and Development Center FZJ Forschungszentrum Julich HPC High Performance Computing ISC International Supercomputing Conference LBNL Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory MSRC Major Shared Resource Center NCSA National Center for Supercomputing Applications NERSC National Energy Research Scientific Applications TMC Thinking Machines Corporation TABLE 1: First and 30th TOP500 lists by country 1st TOP500 List, 06/1993 Country Count Share USA 225 45.0 percent Japan 111 22.2 percent Germany 59 11.8 percent France 26 5.2 percent U.K.
Muller of UC Berkeley and LBNL. "What is surprising is the reversion from a benign to a violent solar system about 500 million years ago." Culler, Muller, and their colleagues, including Paul R.
In a multi-national effort a team of researchers from DESY, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) and other institutes have demonstrated a remarkable feature of self-organisation in a particle beam that can be of great use for a future generation of compact accelerators: Using the high quality electron beam at DESYs PITZ facility, the scientists could show that long electron bunches can chop themselves into a row of shorter bunches when they fly through a cloud of electrically charged gas, called a plasma.
The tool was developed by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) Windows and Daylighting group and is supported by the Department of Energy, its Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), and the Building Technologies program.
(2) Figure 1 shows a Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) projection of annual new construction for residential and commercial buildings out to 2050, assuming that new building lifetime will increase over time to 50 years by 2030.
Simplifying things, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) recently analyzed 240 energy savings estimates from 88 papers and case studies (Table 3); the methodology and results were condensed into a paper published in the January 2012 issue of LEUKOS.
One of the hardest hit programs is that of the Virtual National Laboratory for Heavy Ion Fusion (VNL-HIF) based at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL).
Max Tech and Beyond is a Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) and U.S.