2014 Media Highlights

Argonne National Laboratory: Earth's Core Reveals an Inner Weakness
Argonne National Laboratory: Squeezing Out the Hidden Lives of Electrons
T & F Materials Science Top 10 in 2013: Large-volume diamond cells for neutron diffraction above 90 GPa
Phys.org:  Squeezing out the hidden lives of electrons
eScienceNews: Squeezing out the hidden lives of electrons
eWallstreeter: Squeezing out the hidden lives of electrons
News.nom.co:  Squeezing out the hidden lives of electrons
YouTube: Throwing out the textbook: salt surprises chemists
Energy Frontier: Enhanced electron transport in Nb-doped TiO2 nanoparticles via pressure-induced phase transitions
Carnegie Institution for Science:  Lower mantle chemistry breakthrough
YouTube: Lower mantle chemistry breakthrough
ScienceNewsline: Lower Mantle Chemistry Breakthrough
Jersey Tribune: Lower mantle chemistry breakthrough
ScienceDaily: Earth's lower mantle may be significantly different than previously thought
HispanicBusiness.com: New Findings from Institute of Physics Update Understanding of Heavy Metals
eScienceNews: Lower mantle chemistry breakthrough
Phys.org:  Earth's lower mantle chemistry breakthrough
DailyNewsen.com: Earth's lower mantle chemistry breakthrough
Astrobio.net: Lower Mantle Chemistry Breakthrough
Argonne National Laboratory:  Composition of Earth’s mantle revisited thanks to research at Argonne’s Advanced Photon Source
CNN: Going up! Cosmic elevator could reach space on a cable made of diamonds
Forbes: Ultra-thin Nanothread Discovery Could Make Diamonds An Astronaut's Best Friend
Carnegie Institution for Science:  Smallest-possible Diamonds Form Ultra-thin Nanothread
YouTube: Smallest-possible Diamonds Form Ultra-thin Nanothread
YouTube: John Badding, professor of chemistry at Penn State, talks about his research.
ScienceDaily: Smallest-possible Diamonds Form Ultra-thin Nanothread
ScienceNewsline: Smallest-possible Diamonds Form Ultra-thin Nanothread
TechTalk: Smallest possible diamonds form ultra-thin nanothreads
Laboratorytalk.com: Ultra-thin 'diamond nanothreads' developed
Twitter (Phys.org): Smallest possible diamonds form ultra-thin nanothreads
World Of Chemicals: Scientists discover ultra-thin ‘diamond nanothreads’ with extraordinary properties
KurzweilAI: Ultra-thin diamond nanothreads are strongest, stiffest materials
Science Alert: Scientists may have just created the world’s strongest material from tiny diamonds
ZME Science: Ultrathin diamond-like thread could help build elevator to space
Auto World News: Researchers Figure Out How to Produce Ultra-Thin Nanothreads
Yahoo! News UK: A Space Elevator Could Now Be Possible With New Diamond Nanothread Invention
The Economic Times (India): Nano-threads can help realise 'space elevator' dream
Georgia Newsday: Nanothread breakthrough could make cosmic elevators a reality
Carnegie Institution for Science:  Revolutionary Solar-friendly Form of Silicon Shines
ScienceDaily: Revolutionary solar-friendly form of silicon shines
Phys.org: Revolutionary solar-friendly form of silicon shines
Solardaily.com: Revolutionary solar-friendly form of silicon shines
EurekAlert!: Revolutionary solar-friendly form of silicon shines
YouTube: Revolutionary Solar-friendly Form of Silicon Shines
Fox2now.com (St. Louis): Cosmic elevator could reach space on a cable made of diamonds
Fox44.com (Baton Rouge): Scientists create diamond cables for elevator to space
CanadaJournal.net: Researchers Discover Method to Produce Ultra-Thin Diamond Nanothreads
SpectroscopyNow.com: Diamond: Hanging by a nanothread