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Energy Department Announces Second Cohort of Innovators in Midwest Entrepreneurship Program
DOE announced the second cohort of innovators to join Chain Reaction Innovations, the Midwest region's first entrepreneurial R&D program based at ANL.
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U.S. Department of Energy and National Association of Manufacturers Announce Sustainability in Manufacturing Partnership
New effort to help U.S. manufacturers drive energy productivity improvements and accelerate adoption of energy efficient technologies.
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ORNL Welcomes Five Entrepreneurial Research Fellows
Five innovators were selected from a highly competitive pool of applicants as part of the announcement and will begin work at ORNL in May 2018.
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Expand Your Energy Management Skills: Classroom and Online Training Available—Register Soon!
Master the art of managing energy in a format that fits your schedule and learning style! Training for Certified Practitioners in Energy Management...
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Better Plants to Present at Industrial Energy Technology Conference
In June, the Energy Department’s Better Plants program will participate in the Industrial Energy Technology Conference (IETC).
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World’s First Medium/Large-scale 3D Thermoset Printer Unveiled at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Magnum Venus Products (MVP), in partnership with the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), installed the world’s first...
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Cyclotron Road’s Etosha Cave Recognized as one of Vanity Fair’s 26 Women of Color Diversifying Entrepreneurship
Etosha Cave, alumna of the Advanced Manufacturing Office’s (AMO) Cyclotron Road program and co-founder of Opus 12, was recognized as one...
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Idaho National Laboratory Emerges with New Low-temp Hydrocarbon Cracking Processes
A team of Idaho National Laboratory (INL) researchers has now pioneered an electrochemical process that could eliminate the need for high-energy...
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