Allison Lantero

Digital Content Specialist, Office of Public Affairs

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Allison Lantero is a Digital Content Specialist in the Office of Public Affairs. She also cohosts the Department of Energy's flagship podcast, Direct Current. Before joining the DOE team, Allison worked at the Department of Transportation in Public Affairs.

In her spare time Allison enjoys listening to podcasts, trivia, and singing in a gospel choir. She hails from Chicago and is currently in search of a decent italian beef sandwich in D.C.

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This is Energy @ 40
A recap of our 40th birthday celebration, and looking ahead at the next 40 years.
October 13, 2017
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Welcome to the New!
A blog about all the new updates to the website.
July 14, 2017
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Five Fast Facts about Actress and Inventor Hedy Lamarr
March 2, 2017

The first woman in STEM we're highlighting this Women's History Month is actress and inventor, Hedy Lamarr.

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This Year @ Energy
December 22, 2016

What you clicked, liked, loved and shared in 2016.

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Unlocking the Secrets of T-Rex’s Tiny Arms
November 3, 2016

Scientists at Argonne National Lab used their Advanced Photon Source to analyze the inside of dinosaur bones to determine once and for all just...

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The DONUT Experiment: Today in Energy History
July 21, 2016

On July 21, 2000, scientists from Fermilab presented the first-ever direct evidence of the tau neutrino, a tiny discovery with big ramifications.

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10 Questions with Geologist Tammy Dickinson
May 19, 2016

Dr. Tammy Dickinson, Director for Environment and Energy at the White House, answers questions about having an asteroid named after her, the...

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Meet the Women Leading the Clean Energy Revolution
May 4, 2016

These ten amazing women are forging a clean energy future. Through C3E they get the recognition they deserve.

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Five Fast Facts about Astronaut Ellen Ochoa
March 24, 2016

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...

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