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Charles Rousseaux serves as Senior Public Affairs Specialist and Chief Communicator for Emergency Response and Recovery Efforts in DOE’s Office of Public Affairs.

Charles came to PA from the Office of Electricity where he served as communications lead – a position made especially memorable by the response to the 2017 hurricane season – and prior to that, as the first communications director for the Office of Technology Transitions (where he still is an honorary member). He has also worked in the Department's Office of Science.

Charles holds a MPS in Public Relations and Corporate Communications from Georgetown University, an MS in Biology from Wayne State University and a BA in History from the University of Michigan. 

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New Perspective on a Corrosive Problem
March 28, 2014

Supercomputers give Argonne Lab scientists new insight into the critical transition that drives the creation of corrosive conditions.

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Deep Insights from Thin Layers
March 13, 2014

A new technique developed by researchers at a trio of National Labs reveals secrets to proteins -- one layer at a time.

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Amazing Materials and the Emerging Field of Spintronics
February 20, 2014

Berkeley Lab and SLAC have discovered a 3D counterpart to graphene with potentially wide-ranging applications.

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A Map Made in the Heavens
February 18, 2014

Scientists pair precise observations with incredible computing power to create an astonishingly accurate map of the universe.

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Adding Students and Multiplying Scientists
January 22, 2014

This month, students across the country will begin competing in regional contests for the chance to attend the National Science Bowl in Washington,...

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Protein Puzzles and Scientific Solutions
January 8, 2014

Learn how researchers at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory solve complicated structures using X-ray savvy and serious computing power.

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Energetic Science and Piranha-Proof Armor
December 16, 2013

Learn how Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source is revealing the unique structure of incredible, adaptable fish armor.

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Complementary Chemistry and Matched Materials
November 15, 2013

Brookhaven Lab researchers use history’s most successful matchmaker to pair up particles and create new materials with desired properties.

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New Climate Research Centers Forecast Changes and Challenges
October 25, 2013

Two new observation stations -– in Alaska and the Azore islands -– should reduce uncertainties and improve global climate models.

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