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 innovation reduces the energy needed to cool processor chips in data centers and other large-scale computing environments.
DOE is funding projects to help commercialize promising energy technologies
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.
The framework is at the Department of Agriculture
It’s innovation more than invention: two Los Alamos scientists are on the path from a scientific idea to a commercial solution
Greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuels could be reduced
Researchers are encouraged to keep track of their brilliant ideas