Two women and three men have been named receipents of the 2017-2018 DOE NNSA SSGF. They will be formally welcomed into the fellowship at this summer's program review.
Hong Sio’s PXTD instrument is designed to help understand fusion and high energy density plasma experiments.
Paul Davis published results detailing how the universe’s most common element reacts when tightly compressed.
Two women and five men have been named receipents of the 2016-17 DOE NNSA SSGF. They will be formally welcomed into the fellowship at this summer's program review.
Speaker videos and event photography from the 2015 annual program review are now live on the DOE NNSA SSGF site.
Cameron Meyers, a first-year fellow studying rock and mineral physics at the University of Minnesota, took the top prize for his "Silly Putty World" entry..