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Rachel Slaybaugh to Lead Berkeley Lab’s Cyclotron RoadLearn More
Nuclear engineer and former ARPA-E program director takes the helm at the Lab’s division for entrepreneurial scientists.
The Other 1%: How Bernadette Tsosie Amplifies Critical Voices at LMLearn More
Bernadette Tsosie turned her passion for advocacy and hydrogeology into an influential career.
Fermilab scientist Anna Grassellino named ‘Woman of the Year’ by Italy’s D La RepubblicaLearn More
The Italian magazine D La Repubblica named Anna Grassellino of Fermilab as “Woman of the Year."
Department of Energy Announces 2020 U.S. Clean Energy Education & Empowerment AwardeesLearn More
Today, DOE recognizes nine accomplished women for their achievements and leadership in clean energy as part of the U.S C3E Initiative.
‘Magical’ Mathematics Unlocks Engineering Honor for Sandia ScientistLearn More
Kolda was one of 87 members elected to the National Academy of Engineering this year — one of a handful of mathematicians ever granted membership.
She’s in STEM: Inspirational Quotes to Share TodayLearn More
Don’t miss Renée, Char, Kate, and Megan’s new poster images in our STEM Rising: Women @ Energy poster series, released today.
Women's Clean Energy Wednesday: Spotlight on RwandaLearn More
Hear how Rwanda is tackling clean energy access challenges head-on, with women leading the way on October 21, 8am ET.
Combustion Pioneer Jacqueline Chen Named Department of Energy FellowLearn More
Jacqueline Chen is one of only eight researchers in the nation to hold the distinction of DOE Fellow.
Sandia National Laboratories' Systems Engineer is a Woman Worth WatchingLearn More
Sandia Labs award winner exemplifies ‘complete professional’
Félicie Albert elected U.S. National Academy of Sciences Kavli FellowLearn More
Félicie Albert, staff scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's (LLNL) NIF & Photon Science and the Joint High Energy Density Sciences.