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The top feature article of the DOE’s EFRC-focused newsletter, Frontiers in Energy Research, mentioned NEES.  The article, “Radiation: A Driver of Science,”  mentions NEES’ use of electron microscopy in imaging battery processes at the nanoscale in the context of a review of radiation-based instruments and techniques.

Continuing a tradition of NEES contribution to DOE science communication efforts, Emily Sahadeo, a grad student of NEES PI Sang Bok Lee, contributed an article to the newsletter. She describes using MoS2 catalysts to improve hydrogen production in her article “Tailoring Efficiency: The Molybdenum Disulfide Story”.



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