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Oak Ridge scientists believe they have created a quantum-based device that creates truly random numbers.
The Energy Department's IG found many problems with a planned "gotcha" exercise.
And that's just between the Energy Department, the Homeland Security Department and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
During his confirmation hearing Thursday, the Energy secretary nominee reversed many of the statements he made during his presidential campaign.
S. Darin Kinion also owes $3,317,893 in restitution.
Geothermal energy comes to the classroom.
The audit found the department's systems are operating at higher than necessary risk.
The vehicles were donated by automakers Toyota and Hyundai.
Five deepwater wind turbines are going to create a lot of energy.
It's time to rethink laundry day.
"We are going to stick with this,” said Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., who promised a bipartisan effort to ensure FITARA is carried out successfully.
A new website assembles thousands of biographies and oral histories from the Manhattan Project.
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Moving beyond the traditional power grid.
Thousands of film reels are now in dire need of preservation.
The Los Alamos National Laboratory is buying a "quantum computer," in part to figure out how to use it.
In 2009 NREL set out in earnest to open up and share its data through an application that became known as OpenEI.
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