Roderick Jackson, a technical lead at Oak Ridge National Lab, reflects on his experience during My Brothers Keeper Week at the National Labs.
On a journey to Mars, future astronauts may use this device to get medical checkups.
Annie Easley's work on the Centaur helped move NASA's space program further into orbit. She is the second woman in STEM we're highlighting during Women's History Month.
Berkeley Lab built an infrared camera to study outer space billions of light-years away at wavelengths too red for humans to see.
National Labs are taking a fresh approach to solar power by harnessing the power of quantum dots.
Through My Brother's Keeper, the next generation of scientists got a glimpse of what it's like to work at a National Lab this week.
Mae Jemison is a dancer, a medical doctor, an astronaut and the first woman in STEM we're highlighting during Women's History Month.
How National Labs scientists figured out how to make batteries last longer and recharge faster.
A new generation of innovators is pioneering the future of nuclear energy at our National Labs.
This Women's History Month, the Energy Department is highlighting the important STEM contributions of women of color. Be sure to follow along on Instagram.
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