A new program is designed to quicken development of energy-efficient technologies
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.
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.
The Department of Energy is committing more than $1.7 million to help Argonne National Laboratory and research partners move multiple promising energy technologies to the marketplace.
Jeff Chamberlain, head of the Argonne Collaborative Center for Energy Storage Science (ACCESS) and external integration officer of the Joint Center for Energy Storage (JCESR) at Argonne, took to Reddit to answer questions from users on that site’s “Ask Me Anything” feature.
Breaking things can help scientists answer both the most elemental and the most everyday questions.
The idea is to jointly develop problem-solving technologies and devices