Sam Saxena led a study showing that electric vehicles (EVs) will meet the daily travel needs of drivers longer than commonly assumed. He analyzed real-world driving patterns and found that batteries that have lost 20 percent of their originally rated energy storage capacity can still meet the daily travel needs of more than 85 percent of U.S. drivers. More>
The AAAS fellowships offer those interested in exploring the intersection of science and policy through yearlong assignments in the three branches of the federal government. Info sessions will be held on the main site at 11:30 a.m. in Perseverance Hall, and at 1:30 p.m. at JBEI on April 9. More>
The gathering will look at applications and enhancements to the TOUGH simulator for multiphase fluid, heat, and chemical transport, and other coupled processes. The symposium will be held at the Lab Sept. 28-30. Abstracts will be accepted until Friday, April 17. More>
The IT Division is taking part in celebrating World Backup Day by encouraging the Lab community to double check that their backups are working and ensure that all your important data is backed up. Our quick three-step checkup will help you make sure you don’t lose important research data. More>
The occupancy for Building 54-130, the larger of the conference rooms in Perseverance Hall, has been reduced to 25 due to interruptions to the cooling and ventilations systems. It normally holds 60. This new level will remain in place until further notice.