Frontiers in Energy Research: July 2014

July 2014

Editor's Notes

E Pluribus Unum: EFRCs' Role in Facilitating Collaboration for Grand Challenge Problems

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In the face of today’s scientific challenges, the nature of collaboration needs to expand to more interconnected structures so that scientists can benefit by combining their sharpened skills. Learn about what it takes to make a team in which the whole is greater than the sum of the parts...

Communicating Science in the 21st Century

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“Many people think they don't know a scientist. When asked to name one, they throw out the likes of Edison and Einstein. They don't name their neighbor, family member, or friend who is a scientist.” So what can scientists and engineers do to improve this public persona? Read about three easy steps scientists can take to improve the public persona of science...

Golden Future for Early Career Scientists

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Future scientific research will be led by today’s early career scientists. Here, we highlight three of the many awards that showcase the research and potential of our early career members....


New EFRC Awards Announced

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U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz announced the awarding of $100 million for 32 Energy Frontier Research Centers to accelerate the scientific breakthroughs needed to build the 21st-century energy economy. Learn more about the successes to date and the plans for the future...

Research Highlights

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