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Energy Department 42m
WATCH LIVE: Energy Department panel discussion on women in national security. ➜
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✔New fuel cycle designs. ✔Advanced reactor concepts. And more. study explores the future of nuclear energy. ▶ ⚛⚡
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DOE Science 23h
New data add detail—and complexity—to an intriguing puzzle that scientists have been seeking to solve: how the building blocks that make up a proton contribute to its spin
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Energy Department 14h
Hold out your hand 🖐️ & count to 3️⃣ You didn't feel it, but 3 trillion neutrinos just passed through you! Scientists are studying these tiny particles, which can help unlock mysteries of the cosmos. 🔊
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Energy Department 17h
COOL DATA TOOLS. We've got free resources to help you: 📐 Convert energy units ⛽ Monitor gas prices and save fuel ♨️ Keep an eye on heating costs ☀️ Size up solar energy systems ⚡ Get to know the grid ➡️ And more
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Energy Department 17h
Curious about how much power is in ☝gigawatt? 📹 breaks down the numbers.
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Conner Prochaska 19h
It’s always a pleasure to share some of the incredible and lesser-known tools available for researchers, entrepreneurs & investors, like our Lab Partnering Service and Technology Commercialization Fund, . Learn more:
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ORISE 22h
Think your brain is faster than a ? 🖥️ We've teamed up with scientist Dr. Ian Anderson to find out! See the full video:
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Office of Nuclear Energy 20h
It's time we have a REAL talk about clean energy. Learn more about our Clean Energy Talks, coming soon to a campus near you. ▶️
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NYT Business Mar 19
Lab officials predict the Aurora supercomputer will be the first American machine to reach a milestone called “exascale” performance, surpassing a quintillion calculations per second.
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Energy Department 21h
just broke ground on , a major accelerator project that will power future experiments like . Watch 👀 and learn how this research can help unlock mysteries of the universe, advance new technologies, create jobs and more.
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LLNL Mar 18
Use the most powerful 💪 supercomputers to boost your business. HPC4EI has announced their funding categories for 2019. Winners will be paired with laboratories to solve problems in manufacturing, materials and transportation. Learn more ➡️
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Berkeley Lab 24h
✈🔆 Bright skies ahead for plant-based🌱 jet fuels: New study shows these products could be cost-competitive with conventional in the future.
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Energy Department 23h
. and scientists have developed a new device to address disruptions during the production of fusion energy, the same process that powers the sun ☀️ and stars ⭐ 👉
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White House OSTP Mar 19
We are excited to launch , a new online resource showcasing the Trump Administration's commitment to leadership in artificial intelligence.
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Energy Department 24h
JOINING FORCES: A , , and partner is collaborating with to train service members for rewarding careers after military service.
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Energy Department Mar 19
📊 : Renewable electricity⚡generation from sources like solar ☀ and wind 💨 has doubled since 2008. ➟
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Brookhaven Lab Mar 19
controls engineer Christopher Guerrero started at the Lab as an intern. Now, he's mentoring the next generation of young scientists.
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Microsoft Quantum Mar 18
Announcing the Northwest Quantum Nexus, our coalition with and that seeks to accelerate the quantum economy and workforce in the PNW:
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