Research from the National Labs show that capturing CO2 from plastic bag and packaging plants could kickstart the carbon capture industry in the United States.
A new program called Cyclotron Road connects clean energy entrepreneurs with the unique resources of our National Labs.
These ten amazing women are forging a clean energy future. Through C3E they get the recognition they deserve.
One of the National Labs is building a high-tech library of biomass samples and information for bioenergy researchers.
One National Lab is searching for the most abundant particles in the universe that we barely know.
Getting a better measure of spinning electrons requires really hard materials.
Scroll through the photo gallery to see just a few of the ways the Energy Department is addressing climate change through technologies that cut carbon pollution, grow the economy and protect the planet.
We're kicking off #EarthWeek by testing your knowledge about the most urgent environmental change of our time -- climate change.
Researchers from Oak Ridge National Lab invented a tougher, greener plastic from biomass.
How the National Labs hunt for invisible “dark matter" on the Earth’s surface, underground and in space.
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