Argonne National Laboratory's Patricia Dehmer's article on hydrogen made
the cover of the July 1995 issue of Physics World (citation).
She is currently the director of the DOE Office of Basic Energy Sciences. Magazine cover for Physics World courtesy of Physics World U.K.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Steven Lindberg's article, "Atmospheric
Deposition and Canopy Interactions of Major Ions in a Forest," was the cover
article for the January 1986 issue of Science magazine (citation).
Lindberg's article went on to become one of the most widely cited papers on ecology and environmental sciences. Magazine cover courtesy of Science and ORNL.
Journal articles about radiotracers used in PET
scans appeared in the literature as early as 1977 and later in magazines
with broader appeal such as Chemical & Engineering News. Recently,
information about how PET scans work has been published more frequently
in the national media.
Cover courtesy of the American Chemical Society and reproduced with permission from Chemical & Engineering News, November 9, 1981 59(45). Copyright 1981 American Chemical Society. Photo reproduced with permission from BNL.
example is an article on ORNL's Michelle Buchanan's research on how the
oil in a child's fingerprints is more volatile than an adult's. The article
first appeared in Analytical Chemistry in July 1995. Eighteen months
later after a slight revision, it appeared on the Discovery
Channel Canada's Web site.
Courtesy of the American Chemical Society and reproduced with permission from Analytical Chemistry, July 1, 1995, 69(45). Copyright 1995 American Chemical Society.