A new program is designed to quicken development of energy-efficient technologies
Bomb technicians up their game with Sandia’s detection software.
A new protein identification technique
Automating the forecasting of global-scale business intelligence
A new initiative at the NREL is intended to prevent hackers from gaining control of parts of the nation's power grid.
The Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy recently launched Lab-Corps, an intensive entrepreneurial boot camp designed to help scientists transition their research to the market.
Chemists at Brookhaven National Laboratory had answers to an issue vexing the alternative energy automotive industry—how to make hydrogen fuel cells less expensive and more efficient.
The “Array of Things” team has begun the first phase of a groundbreaking urban sensing project, installing the first of an eventual 500 nodes on Chicago streets.
Sandia Labs research rethinks finding patterns in motion and makes sensor images searchable
PPPL Scientists at the Plasma Physics Lab are proposing a new plasma-based method