The first-place winner is Alex Friedman (ATAP), tied for second are Janie Page (ETA) and Lena Trotochaud (Chemical Sciences), tied for third are John Christensen (EESA), Janie Page (ETA), and Karen Salvini (Directorate), and tied for fourth are Deb Agarwal (Computing) and Maxim Martchevskii (ATAP). Go here to view the images and for more on the Photo Club.
Scientists have reported a major advance in understanding the biological chemistry of radioactive metals, opening up new avenues of research into strategies for remedial action in the event of possible human exposure to nuclear contaminants. More>
Registration is now open for a workshop on “Improving Data Mobility & Management for International Bioinformatics” to be held April 12-13 at Berkeley Lab. The workshop is the latest in a series called CrossConnects, run by by ESnet. This workshop is cosponsored by Indiana University. More>
Lab physicist Richard Muller explains why “drinking alcohol is required to have at least 400 radioactive decays per minute for each 750 ml.” The article is from a Quora series, in which facts that sound far-fetched are explained by “people with unique insights.” More>