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July 6, 2018
Members of the Lewis University (Romeoville, Ill.) team celebrate their win at the 2018 DOE Cyber Defense Competition.
Building the Next Generation of Computational Thinkers
How does STEM move products from scientific discovery to impact? Hear the answer from Paul Kearns, Director of Argonne National Laboratory.
July 2, 2018
Fourth of July National Mall Fireworks
5 Facts About Fireworks
Happy Fourth of July! Learn about the science of fireworks with these energy-related facts.
June 21, 2018
International Index of Energy Security Risk: Assessing Risk in a Global Energy Market
Foreword: Global Energy Institute’s International Index of Energy Security Risk
This year’s International Index shows the U.S. was in 2016 the second-most energy secure country of the 25 large energy consuming countries.
June 11, 2018
Xenograft model of prostate cancer
Energy Department Advances Supercomputing in Fight Against Cancer
Partnership with NCI aims to develop next-generation supercomputing technology and accelerate cancer research to enable precision medicine.
May 31, 2018
Peter Meidl, ORISE research participant in the Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship program at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, studied fungal symbiosis of poplar trees in an effort to improve biofuel production.
Strengthening the STEM Workforce - A Perspective From ORISE
Dr. William (Jim) Vosburg has served as director of ORISE since 2016. How did they produce more than 70,000 research participation alumni? Find out.
May 30, 2018
Summer interns take a tour of the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Light Source (SSRL) at SLAC.
The Many Paths to STEM
What drew Chi-Chang Kao, Director of SLAC, into STEM? Read on to find out.
May 29, 2018
Photo of Chelsea Chee and other 2013 interns.
Former Office of Indian Energy Intern Recognized with National Award for Leadership in Diversity and Equity
Chelsea Chee’s leadership across several major projects in New Mexico, including her Natives in STEM project, helped earn her the award.
May 29, 2018
Area high school students prepare a robot for testing in the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant underground in early May, prior to an international robotics competition.
WIPP Becomes Testing Ground for Robot Created by Students
WIPP Becomes Testing Ground for Robot Created by Students
May 29, 2018
Oak Ridge Office of Environmental Management employees listen and give tips to third-graders presenting their “Schools around the World” project.
EM Helps Oak Ridge Schools Take Next Steps in STEM Education
EM Helps Oak Ridge Schools Take Next Steps in STEM Education
May 24, 2018
A participant at NETL's Daughters and Sons to Work Day
In STEM, Inspiration Can Come from Anywhere
Dr. Sean Plasynski, Acting Director at NETL, shares how winter morning bus rides shaped his STEM career.
May 21, 2018
A photo that features an igloo shaped dome that houses a nuclear reactor and trees with wind turbines in the distance.
It’s Time for the World to Recognize Nuclear as a Clean Energy Source
New global effort will make sure nuclear has a seat at the table during discussions about innovation and future advanced clean energy systems.
May 21, 2018
Carbon Capture and the Low-Carbon Economy
Deputy Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette on how carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) can help foster a global clean energy economy.
May 15, 2018
Colgate undergraduates group photo
Undergraduate students get to talk nuclear stockpile with the experts
A group of students recently traveled to NNSA headquarters to talk to experts about science-based stockpile stewardship and nuclear policy 
May 9, 2018
Prosumer data tool by ARPA-e
Building a More Resilient Grid in Puerto Rico
New data tool will help decision makers determine a set of technology and policy options for Puerto Rico's power system.
May 7, 2018
Students from Gallup, NM participate in STEM activities during the Dream Catchers Science Program.
Championing Diversity in STEM
Dr. Steve Younger, Director of Sandia National Laboratories, lays out the reasons STEM is critical to the success of Sandia's mission.
May 3, 2018
Collegiate Wind Competition
5 Facts About the Collegiate Wind Competition
Collegiate Wind Competition helps undergraduates learn the real-world skills they need to grow America's energy economy.
April 27, 2018
2017 Visiting Faculty Program student Ariana Alvarez from Texas A&M University
STEM: An Integral Part of Ames Laboratory’s Mission
Director of Ames National Laboratory Dr. Adam Schwartz shares highlights of the STEM outreach programs at his Lab and Iowa State students involved.
April 25, 2018
2017 national science bowl
5 Things to Know About National Science Bowl
A few facts about America's top science competitions for middle and high school students.
April 19, 2018
Science on Saturday at PPPL
Find Your World's Fair Moment
Director Hawryluk of Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory unveils the moment that captured him to pursue a career in STEM.
April 5, 2018
Calutron girls illustration
Five Fast Facts About the "Calutron Girls"
The "Calutron Girls" are the final women of the Manhattan Project we're celebrating this year.
April 4, 2018
Secretary of Energy Rick Perry visits Berkley Lab
From Sea to Shining Sea: Leadership Visits Every Energy Department National Lab
Secretary Perry and other Energy Department leaders see some of America's most important science and technology research up close.
April 4, 2018
Energy imports graphic
CHART: U.S. net energy imports in 2017 fell to their lowest levels since 1982
Total U.S. energy imports are down while exports are shattering records.
April 3, 2018
In 2017, Kansas State University tied for 2nd place at Argonne’s second annual Cyber Defense Competition.
University teams to compete in Department of Energy’s 2018 National Cyber Defense Competition
Announcing the 29 university teams selected to compete in the third annual Cyber Defense Competition (CDC), taking place April 6–7, 2018.
March 30, 2018
Inspiring and Training the Next STEM Generation
Director Nigel Lockyer of Fermilab shares the programs he's most proud of at Fermilab that shape and inspire the next STEM generation.
March 29, 2018
Illustration of Floy Agnes Lee, a researcher in Los Alamos during the Manhattan Project.
Five Fast Facts About Floy Agnes Lee
The fourth woman from the Manhattan Project we're highlighting this Women's History Month is Floy Agnes Lee.