An Energy Department intern shares her story -- and gives advice to other students who may not have realized that the agency offers opportunities for any type of college major.
Our latest #WomenInSTEM highlights the work of Angela Capece -- a physicist at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.
Learn how a Recovery Act-funded project is helping consumers in Austin, Texas, save energy and money with a new smart grid system.
Learn about the fastest supercomputers in the world, including some at the Energy Department's National Labs.
Learn about key progress made in the year since President Obama announced his plan to fight carbon pollution and prepare the United States for the impacts of climate change.
A series of energy finance roundtables are helping the Energy Department learn more about common barriers to clean energy investment -- and formulate solutions that advance market transformation.
As part of our How Energy Works series, learn everything you need to know about 3D printers, from how they work to the different types of systems to the future of the technology.
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.
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