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.
The Department of Energy and Department of Commerce have teamed up for a joint trade mission to China focused on smart cities and green infrastructure.
A timeline of nuclear security at the Department of Energy from the Manhattan Project to present day.
From medical isotopes to nuclear energy to global security, the National Labs are nuclear experts.
Barbara Kutchko, a researcher at the National Energy Technology Lab, tells us about how she got interested in science, the ways her research is influencing important decisions in real-time and what she hates about toy stores.
For our fourth #ThrowbackThursday during Women's History Month, we're highlighting the contributions of mathematician Emmy Noether.
Science students from around the country just finished competing for a chance at finals in Washington, D.C.
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