Join us all week as we explore the people, places and science of the National Labs.
Teams of scientists are working on replacements for gasoline, diesel and jet fuel. See what's new with the future of fuel.
How much energy would it take to power a Death Star? We asked some of the nation's top energy (and Star Wars) experts.
From medical isotopes to nuclear energy to global security, the National Labs are nuclear experts.
Home to some of the world’s most powerful lasers, fastest supercomputers and talented researchers, the Department of Energy’s National Laboratories are a powerhouse of science and technology. This system of 17 labs pushes the frontiers of scientific knowledge, keeps our nation secure and fuels our clean energy economy. See for yourself:
June 29, 2015
Join us all week for Stop One: Meet the National Labs, a virtual journey to see the people places and science of the National Labs.
June 19, 2015
The science and industry of biofuels is changing rapidly. See what’s new with the fuels of the future.
June 12, 2015
A software fix released by Los Alamos National Laboratory scientists has produced sharper images from the NASA Curiosity rover's ChemCam, which uses a laser and camera to hunt for traces of water on Mars.
June 11, 2015
The Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument or DESI will help scientists uncover the mystery of dark energy by mapping the universe in three dimensions.
May 14, 2015
Peter Thelin is a one-of-a-kind optics specialist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. From telescopes to lasers, he is one of the last people on the planet who can polish precision optics by hand. He even contributed to the preservation of the statue of David.