As part of our How Energy Works series, this blog explains how particle accelerators work.
A new report explores the interdependencies between our water and energy systems, framing the challenges and opportunities ahead for the Energy Department and our partners.
As part of our How Energy Works series, this blog explains how microgrids work.
Introducing How Energy Works: a new series that breaks down the inner working of innovative technologies key to driving the Energy Department's mission forward.
From developing new fossil energy technologies to partnering with coal plants to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, the National Energy Technology Lab is conducting game changing research on the frontiers of scientific innovation.
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After three years of intense competition, the team from Ohio State University takes first place in EcoCAR 2 for its energy-efficient, consumer-ready alternative fuel vehicle design.
The student startup from the University of Houston won the Energy Department's 2014 National Clean Energy Business Plan Competition.
Follow four students from Washington, D.C.'s Woodrow Wilson High School as they prepare for and compete in the 2014 National Science Bowl.
This month on Energy.gov, we'll be highlighting supercomputers and the amazing science they make possible.
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