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BERKELEY, CA / ARGONNE, IL – A team of Department of Energy (DOE) scientists at the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR) has discovered the fastest magnesium-ion solid-state conductor, a major step towards making solid-state magnesium-ion batteries that are both energy dense and safe.

Argonne scientist Baris Key, shown on left at work in his nuclear magnetic resonance lab, worked with researchers at Berkeley Lab on the discovery of the fastest ever magnesium-ion solid-state conductor. (Credit: Argonne National Laboratory)

The electrolyte, which carries charge back and forth between the battery’s cathode and anode, is a liquid in all commercial batteries, which makes them potentially flammable, especially in lithium-ion batteries. A solid-state conductor, which has the potential to become an electrolyte, would be far more fire-resistant.

Researchers at DOE’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and Argonne National Laboratory were working on a magnesium battery, which offers higher energy density than lithium, but were stymied by the dearth of good options for a liquid electrolyte, most of which tend to be corrosive against other parts of the battery. “Magnesium is such a new technology, it doesn’t have any good liquid electrolytes,” said Gerbrand Ceder, a Berkeley Lab Senior Faculty Scientist. “We thought, why not leapfrog and make a solid-state electrolyte?”

The material they came up with, magnesium scandium selenide spinel, has magnesium mobility comparable to solid-state electrolytes for lithium batteries. Their findings were reported in Nature Communications in a paper titled, “High magnesium mobility in ternary spinel chalcogenides.” JCESR , a DOE Innovation Hub, sponsored the study, and the lead authors are Pieremanuele Canepa and Shou-Hang Bo, postdoctoral fellows at Berkeley Lab.

“With the help of a concerted effort bringing together computational materials science methodologies, synthesis, and a variety of characterization techniques, we have identified a new class of solid conductors that can transport magnesium ions at unprecedented speed,” Canepa said.

The research team also included scientists at MIT, who provided computational resources, and Argonne, who provided key experimental confirmation of the magnesium scandium selenide spinel material to document its structure and function.

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Awe and Attention is a two-day interdisciplinary symposium addressing the widely perceived loss of attention in the contemporary world. Presenters and keynote speakers will speak to the consequences—social, psychological, and ecological—of the crisis of attention, and consider possible ways to alleviate it through a renewal of awe.

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David Abram is a cultural ecologist and philosopher who lectures and teaches widely on several continents. He is the founder and creative director of The Alliance for Wild Ethics, and author of Becoming Animal: An Earthly Cosmology (2010), and The Spell of the Sensuous: Perception and Language in a More-than-Human World (1997). http://wildethics.org

David Abram Becoming Animal: An Earthly Cosmology The Spell of the Sensuous: Perception and Language in a More-than-Human World

David Abram Keynote Address, Magic and the Machine: Notes on Technology and Animism in an Era of Ecological Wipe-Out : Friday 2/16, 4:30 p.m., CTIHB 101

David Abram Keynote Address, Magic and the Machine: Notes on Technology and Animism in an Era of Ecological Wipe-Out

Patrick Curry is a philosopher and ecological ethicist. He is author of numerous books including Deep Roots in a Time of Frost: Essays on Tolkien (2014), Ecological Ethics: An Introduction (2011), and Defending Middle-Earth: Tolkien, Myth and Modernity (1998), as well as the editor-in-chief of the on-line journal The Ecological Citizen . http://www.patrickcurry.co.uk

Patrick Curry Deep Roots in a Time of Frost: Essays on Tolkien Ecological Ethics: An Introduction Defending Middle-Earth: Tolkien, Myth and Modernity The Ecological Citizen .

Patrick Curry Keynote Address, “ The Work of Wonder” : Saturday 2/17, 1:30 p.m., CTIHB 101

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This 200-Year-Old Holiday In The Netherlands Is A Day For Celebration With The U.S.’s Only Dutch Trappist Beer!

Berkel-Enschot, Netherlands (March 24, 2017) – Trappist Brewery Koningshoeven was founded by Trappist monks in 1884. As makers of the first Trappist beer in the Netherlands, the monks use only natural ingredients from an original recipe using traditional brewing methods.

Berkel-Enschot, Netherlands (March 24, 2017)

Many of the brewery’s offerings are part of the La Trappe line of beers. All are highly regarded Trappist and Belgian styles, such as the aptly named La Trappe Dubbel, Tripel and the world's first-ever Quadrupel, as well as lighter styles such as Witte and Puur – an organic kölsch-style ale.

Since 1890, The Netherlands has celebrated the national holiday of “Queen’s Day” to mark the birthday of the current Dutch monarch. Referred to as Koninginnedag in The Netherlands, it’s a day of rejoicing and revelry. Of course, that also means great Dutch beer!

In 2013, Queen Beatrix abdicated her throne and was succeeded by her son Willem-Alexander. Due to this change in regal lineage, “Queen’s Day” is now celebrated as “King’s Day.”

The day is highlighted by open sales in the street without permits or taxes, similar to pop-up flea markets, and this is the only day of the year that these types of sales are legal. As such, it is a festive occasion where people are outdoors, excited and in the mood for celebration.

Streets, houses and businesses are festooned with the trademark orange color of Holland, and stellar local beers flow freely. De Koningshoeven extends an invitation for people across the world to celebrate this favorite holiday with them.

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