Water bounces off, but light doesn’t. That’s good for solar panels and more.
The Department of Energy celebrates Mother's Day by recognizing some of the moms making a difference at the Energy Department and at home.
Check out our play-by-play of the competition between some of the brightest high school students in the country.
She’s a chemist and forensic scientist, and she’s on the hunt to uncover fingerprints.
The first in a series of guest blogs from Elizabeth Case and Rachel Woods-Robinson, the ladies behind Cycle for Science, who are biking across America and teaching physics along the way.
Dr. Andres Tovar won the ARPA-E LITECAR challenge with his ribcage-inspired design. We interviewed him about design, 3D-printing and bones.
We spoke with the Academy Award winning special effects designer behind films from "Titanic" to "The Lord of the Rings" about the intersection of STEM and the arts in the movies.
Meet the two cycling scientists who are riding their bikes from San Francisco to New York City -- meeting STEM educators and teaching a little physics along the way.
The Shanghai Tower will be the second tallest building in the world when it opens this month. Thanks to U.S. companies, it will also be one of the greenest.
Deputy Secretary Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall spoke about climate change, technology and business in a Beijing speech during a joint trade mission to China.
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