The winners are Kevin Loutherback (Earth Sciences), Robert Cheng (Energy Technologies), Kenneth Goldberg (Material Sciences), and John Christensen (Earth Sciences). Go here to view the images and learn more about the Lab’s Photo Club.
Paul Alivisatos and Noah Bronstein created solar cells that can collect higher energy photons at 30 times the concentration of conventional solar cells, the highest luminescent concentration factor ever recorded. Matching designer quantum dots to special photonic mirrors resulted in an optical efficiency of 82-percent for blue photons. More>
Help select the official t-shirt for the 38th running of this annual foot race, scheduled for Friday, Oct. 16. Go here to vote. Be sure you are logged into your Lab Gmail account. Voting ends on Sept. 25. Only one vote per employee permitted. Duplicates will be deleted.