The same technology that keeps certain toxins from leaving a power plant is now cleaning indoor air...and saving money!
After the first anniversary of the Iran Deal, we gave some of the most commonly asked questions to Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz.
Our SunShot Initiative is funding important research into how to get more power out of solar panels by improving their durability, efficiency and performance in real-world conditions.
The United States got its first-ever offshore wind farm -- and that’s just the beginning. Announcing a new national strategy to tap into offshore wind's huge potential to power America with clean energy.
What should buildings look like in 100 years? Researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory made a blueprint for buildings that are more comfortable, efficient and intelligent than today.
DOE and its partners released the Survey on Energy and Water Efficiency of Stadiums and Arenas for sports venue owners and operators regarding their facilities' energy and water usage.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory 3D-printed a tool Boeing will use to build its airplane wings.
Find out how scientists at Fermilab scientists study some of the most elusive particles in our universe: neutrinos.
Just in time for back-to-school, we're sharing some of our great brain-boosting educational resources to help teach the science behind the energy that powers our modern world.
Scientists at Berkeley Lab wrote on this penny with an ion beam to show off how cool nanoscience research can be.
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