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04.30.12Press Release

Student Teams from Massachusetts and California Win Energy Department's 22nd National Science Bowl .pdf file (34KB)

Competition is part of the Administration's focus on next generation of leaders in science, technology, engineering, and math.

04.29.12Press Release

Your Local Team Advances in the National Science Bowl in Washington, D.C..pdf file (26KB)

"Sweet 16" high school and "Great 8" middle school teams move forward in National Finals competition.

Scientist R. Morris Bullock standing in a laboratory with lab equipment in the background.04.26.12Stories of Discovery & Innovation

Mimicking Nature Backwards and Forwards

Using biology as their blueprint, EFRC researchers devise a reversible reaction for hydrogen energy storage. Read More »

Front of the National 4-H Youth Conference Center with a US Department of Energy National Science Bowl banner 04.24.12DOE Blog

Lightning Speed and Science Savvy

This weekend, 113 finalist teams from across the country will converge at the 4-H Convention Center in Chevy Chase, MD to earn the chance to compete for the National Science Bowl Championship next Monday. Read More »

Two scientists looking at a large monitor in the accelerator control room at Jefferson Lab 04.24.12Lab Breakthroughs Series

The Power of Particle Accelerators

Experts at Jefferson Lab show how they are powering-up accelerators, and opening new possibilities for everyone. Read More »

Cascading diamonds04.16.12Article

Springtime and Sparkling Films

Diamond deposition technique invented at Argonne Lab could improve the performance of electronic devices. Read More »

04.11.12Announcement

Call for Research Proposals at U.S. Leadership Computing Facilities for Advances in Science and Engineering

The Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) program anticipates granting more than 5 billion core hours on its supercomputers to scientists and engineers doing cutting-edge research. Read More »

Two scientists in the lab looking at computer monitors04.09.12Article

Your Density Isn't Your Destiny


Researchers at Berkeley Lab discover new evidence of how good cholesterol goes bad, which may show ways to reduce the risk of heart disease.


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David Pogue standing at Theodore Gray's Periodic Table04.04.12Article

Elemental Objects and Astonishing Possibilities

David Pogue and PBS take us on televised trip Hunting the Elements. Read More »

symmetry magazine 04.03.12From the Labs

See the New Issue of symmetryExternal link


Supercomputers, neutrinos and a search for dark matter that goes deep underground.


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