June 1: Solar-assisted EV charging stations: With 125 solar-assisted electric vehicle charging stations to be built from Knoxville to Memphis, Tennessee is poised to lead the nation with an electric vehicle demonstration project led by the Department of Energy and industry partners. more. . .
June 3: Digital Forensics: In 2008, Illinois police received disturbing information about a Chicago woman who had taken a 3-year-old to a “sex party” in Indiana where the child and an 11-year-old girl were abused by three adults. However, by the time the tip was received, more. . .
June 9: Global Security: The Growing Challenge: A dialogue with the Laboratory's principal associate director for global security and the recent acting director of the Office of Counterintelligence William (Will) Rees has led the Principal Associate Directorate for Global Security (PADGS) since the organization was more. . .
June 21: Where Have All The Flowers Gone? It's summer wildflower season in the Rocky Mountains, a time when high-peaks meadows are dotted with riotous color. But for how long? Once, wildflower season in mountain meadow ecosystems extended throughout the summer months. But now scientists have found a fall-off in wildflowers at mid-season more. . .
June 27: Getting Ready for the Next Big Solar Storm: on the eve of a below-average solar cycle, the sun unleashed one of the most powerful storms in centuries. The underlying flare was so unusual, researchers still aren't sure how to categorize it. The blast peppered Earth with the most energetic protons in half-a-millennium more. . .