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February 24, 2020
A group of young men in hard hats and safety goggles give each other high-fives.
Wind Energy Professionals Share Tips for Breezing Into the Wind Workforce
To support growth in wind, the industry needs a broad range of workers, including turbine engineers, project developers, and supply chain managers.
February 24, 2020
Innovation Community Center is a project out of the OCIO
Your Digital Lab Awaits: Why You Should Check Out the Innovation Community Center
College students can have the opportunity to jump into the virtual world of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Innovation Community Center.
February 19, 2020
DOE Celebrates Black History Month: Distinguished Scientists Past and Present
DOE Celebrates Black History Month: Distinguished Scientists Past and Present
Black History Month marks a time to recognize, celebrate, and reflect on the history and lives of African Americans in America.
February 7, 2020
“AITO Director Cheryl Ingstad addresses assembled guests, leadership and staff following her Swearing In Ceremony”
A Message From Leadership
As the newly-appointed Director of the Artificial Intelligence & Technology Office, it’s my honor to welcome you to the AI@DOE website.
February 7, 2020
Julia Lermontova was a German chemist.
In Her Element: Women Behind the Discoveries of the Periodic Table
Celebrating National Periodic Table Day and upcoming Women’s History Month in March with a look at women behind the discoveries of elements.
February 5, 2020
President Trump at the State of the Union.
State of Our Union is Strong and the State of American Energy Is Strong
President Trump's State of the Union Address highlighted American energy dominance and success.
February 4, 2020
Activities to Teach About Nevada Cleanup on Hand for Educators
Activities to Teach About Nevada Cleanup on Hand for Educators
The EM Nevada Program shared its Operation Clean Desert learning materials with educators at the Nevada State Science Teachers Association conference.
February 4, 2020
Here, the team makes its presentation to the judges during the final round.
STEM Students Compete to Design Cities in SRS-Managed Event
Forty-three teams of middle school students from across South Carolina built large, complex tabletop models of cities with clean, safe drinking water.
January 28, 2020
From left, DOE Office of Legacy Management (LM) Director Carmelo Melendez, LM Fellows Beatriz Perasso and Olivia Bustillo, and Leonel Lagos, the DOE Fellows Program director and principal investigator for the DOE-Florida International University cooperati
EM-University STEM Alliance Opens to DOE’s Legacy Management
A successful collaboration between EM and Florida International University focused on developing science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
January 27, 2020
Under Secretary of Energy Mark W. Menezes Visits the Washington Auto Show.
Under Secretary for Energy Mark W. Menezes Delivered the Keynote Address at the Washington Auto Show
Under Secretary of Energy Mark W. Menezes delivered the keynote address at the opening of the Washington Auto Show with a funding announcement.
January 24, 2020
Designing and building qubit chips, the heart of quantum computers, are one of the areas that the new Quantum Information Science Centers will tackle.
New Centers Lead the Way Towards a Quantum Future
New Quantum Information Science Centers will be key to technologies harnessing quantum physics.
January 23, 2020
Image of CES entrance at the event
AITO @ CES 2020
AITO went to CES 2020 in January.
January 7, 2020
Steven Kirschenmann, left, a training specialist, demonstrates lubrication principles of oil-based lubricants to Columbia Basin College (CBC) students James Longmire, center, and Austin Silveira during a hydraulic and fluid flows class.
College’s Nuclear Program Provides Pipeline for Hanford’s Future Workforce
A nuclear technology program at an area community college helps the Hanford tank operations contractor maintain a stream of qualified applicants.
January 7, 2020
Mason Richardson, with the information technology division at Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, leads a tour of Evans High School students at the Savannah River Site Data Center.
Students Explore “IT for a Day” at Savannah River Site
During the inaugural “IT for a Day” career tour, local high school students met with IT and human resources employees to learn about working at SRS.
December 30, 2019
MLEF Graduate Success Q&A
National Mentoring Month: MLEF Graduate Success Q&A
We asked several MLEF alumni to tell us about their research experience and to update us on where they are working now.
December 18, 2019
Under Secretary For Science Paul Dabbar Visits South Pole Telescope in Antartica
Watch: Under Secretary for Science Paul Dabbar Visits the South Pole Telescope in Antarctica
Under Secretary for Science Paul Dabbar Recently Visited the South Pole Telescope in Antarctica.
December 10, 2019
Inspiring the Cyber Workforce of the Future... One Celebration at a Time
Inspiring the Cyber Workforce of the Future... One Celebration at a Time
One of Secretary Dan Brouillette's highest priorities is to ensure our staff and the workforce of the future have the training they need.
December 9, 2019
IEA Ministerial C3E Side Event 2019
An International Approach to Advocating for More Women in Energy Careers
At the International Clean Energy Education Empowerment (C3E) Initiative’s Women in Energy event, Assistant Secretary Garrish spoke on US support.
December 9, 2019
XLab Biomanufacturing Logo
InnovationXLab: Biomanufacturing
InnovationXLab: Biomanufacturing takes place in Berkeley, California, January 28-29, 2020
December 6, 2019
UTTPS being attached to AMS
Cosmic Ray Tool Repaired in Space
The AMS is a particle physics detector attached to the ISS run by an international team from 16 countries, whose efforts are supported by the DOE.
December 5, 2019
STEM programs are offered at all DOE National Laboratories.
Building a Computer Literate Workforce
The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Laboratories and the NNSA have a wide variety of cyber-focused STEM programs.
November 13, 2019
A group of students smile at a model wind turbine at the 2019 Collegiate Wind Competition.
Use Your Holiday Break to Prepare for the Energy Department’s Collegiate Wind Competition
Thanksgiving break is the perfect time to work on your team's CWC 2021 application before it's due on December 9, 2019.
October 22, 2019
RTG thumbnail image blog
What is a Radioisotope Power System?
Nuclear has powered space exploration for decades. Learn radioisotope power systems' role in the most successful space missions in U.S. history.
October 8, 2019
Women@LiquidWaste (W@LW) co-chair Christine Ridgeway, left, and chair Stephanie Franklin, right, participate in an icebreaker activity at a recent W@LW meeting at the Savannah River Site.
SRS Women@LiquidWaste Group Celebrates Year of Growth, Success
SRS Women@LiquidWaste Group Celebrates Year of Growth, Success
September 27, 2019
Two students wearing school shirts adjust the nacelle on a model wind turbine.
Add Wind Power Experience to Your Resume … While You’re Still in College
Find out where to start, what to expect, and how to stand out now that EERE has issued the Collegiate Wind Competition 2021 call for proposals.