These ten amazing women are forging a clean energy future. Through C3E they get the recognition they deserve.
One of the National Labs is building a high-tech library of biomass samples and information for bioenergy researchers.
One National Lab is searching for the most abundant particles in the universe that we barely know.
Getting a better measure of spinning electrons requires really hard materials.
Scroll through the photo gallery to see just a few of the ways the Energy Department is addressing climate change through technologies that cut carbon pollution, grow the economy and protect the planet.
Researchers from Oak Ridge National Lab invented a tougher, greener plastic from biomass.
How the National Labs hunt for invisible “dark matter" on the Earth’s surface, underground and in space.
How chemistry at the National Labs is helping drive clean energy forward.
How two sets of twin sisters became best friends and found careers through science.
Ellen Ochoa is the director of the Johnson Space Center, the first Hispanic woman to go into space and the fourth woman in STEM we're highlighting during Women's History Month.
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