FNAL's Alysia Marino ARRA money funds young neutrino physicist’s research

Alysia Marino, a particle physicist supported by DOE’s Office of High Energy Physics, always knew she’d be a scientist of some kind. Still, it’s something of a happy accident she ended up in physics.

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From left are PPPL scientists Weixing Wang, David Mikkelsen, Stephane Ethier, and William Tang with a plasma turbulence simulation in the background. Not pictured is W. W. Lee. Inset: PPPL scientist Greg Hammett.Researchers rediscover the structure of water

A team of researchers at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Lightsource, located at the DOE’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, has found the molecular structure of water to be more complex than recently thought, suggesting that molecular models that went out of fashion decades ago may be in fact more accurate than recent ones.

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  • March 15, 2010