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Ames Laboratory 13h
Magnetic materials? We're globally respected experts in their research and fabrication.
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Energy Department 5h
What does your state's energy⚡profile like? 🤔 Track trends and indicators, explore rankings, make your own custom dashboard, and more with 's new !
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SLAC 10h
Well, this is probably a first for us, ultrafast X-ray laser research in a cooking magazine. Thanks !
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Energy Department 6h
📍59,338 and counting! Get info about every wind turbine in the United States with this cool interactive map. ➡
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OLCF 9h
Scientists at are using the Summit to predict the behavior of a class of nuclear reactors called small modular reactors.
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DOE Science May 22
What are there more of than any other biological entity on Earth? Viruses! scientists supported by are using data collected by researchers , & many others to understand viruses' essential role
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Energy Department 7h
ANNOUNCED TODAY: $10.6M to support advanced nuclear energy technologies. Funding includes: ✅ A new nuclear demonstration readiness project. ✅ Advanced reactor development projects. ✅ Regulatory assistance grants. Learn more:
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Energy Department 8h
🚀 recently launched a bus into space!! No, not the kind you're thinking! 😝 The kind of device that links electronic devices (e.g. a USB cable). It was part of 16 experiments aboard two sounding rockets for ' HOT SHOT program. ➡️
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Fermilab 9h
3D printing + particle accelerators = cool. A foundry used a 3-D-printed casting mold to make a prototype of a Fermilab particle accelerator component. This technique could allow for more economical approaches to creating accelerator parts.
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Energy Department 12h
Michael Johnson served in the as a reactor operator. He's now a research coordinator at 's 88-inch cyclotron. Find out how his military experience helped shape his current career.👇
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Daniel R. Simmons 13h
🎉Congratulations , winner of The EcoCAR Mobility Challenge Year 1! More than 1,000 students from 12 North American universities participated in the this week. Learn more about more about the competition➡️
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Energy Department 13h
🔊PODCAST: The history of the top-secret government program that ushered in the atomic age. ⚛ 👉
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DOE Oak Ridge Office May 22
Part 1 of our new video series highlights the knowledgeable and talented researchers in Oak Ridge conducting world-leading environmental research. 🔬 Now, they are partners with the Office of Environmental Management to find solutions for future cleanup.
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Energy Department 24h
: The Energy Department oversees 17 amazing throughout America. These state-of-the-art facilities are helping scientists change the world!
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Energy Department May 22
How can power science?🤔 Tune in tomorrow night for a LIVE discussion with ! ▶
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Energy Department May 22
This technology could power future missions to Mars and beyond! Congrats to the team at and for their President's Award! 🏆 👉 More from :
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White House OSTP May 22
The US believes will have a positive, meaningful impact on our world. Today, along with our great partners, we commit to the innovative, trustworthy development of AI, in line with our values and priorities. Read the OECD Principles on AI:
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NNSA Administrator May 22
Today, the Kilowatt Reactor Using Stirling Technology (KRUSTY) project, which may someday power an outpost on , won a President's Award. It was an honor to join , my colleagues, the team -- and the rest of the winners. What a joy!
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NNSA Administrator May 22
A Presidential Awards highlight: Meeting Angela Chambers and her daughters. Dr. Chambers was a key member of the Kilowatt Reactor Using Stirling Technology -- or KRUSTY -- team. Learn more about the award (and KRUSTY).
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NNSA Administrator May 22
Congrats to 's Angela Chambers and Bill Pulse on winning a President's Award for the Kilowatt Reactor Using Stirling Technology -- or KRUSTY project. Watch this video to learn more about how it could power 's manned missions on the or .
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