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Extending the Reach and Impact of Department of Energy Research Results
Extending the Reach and Impact of Department of Energy Research Results

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New in the OSTIblog: Harold Urey’s Many Contributions to Science https://www.osti.gov/wD4 Leading Scientists in U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) OSTI Collections #DOEOSTIis70

The pioneering work of American chemist and physicist Harold C. Urey on isotopes led to his discovery of deuterium in 1931 and earned him the 1934 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. This discovery was one of his many contributions in several fields of science during his long and diverse career.

To celebrate 70 years of advancing scientific knowledge, OSTI is featuring some of the leading scientists and works particularly relevant to the formation of DOE, OSTI, and their predecessor organizations and is highlighting Nobel Laureates and other important research figures in DOE’s history.

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In the OSTI.gov Newsletter: Meet Lance Vowell https://www.osti.gov/wDo

Lance Vowell began working at OSTI in 2005 and currently serves as a Project Director in the OSTI Office of Access and Operations, leading OSTI's application development and maintenance activities.

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New Department of Energy (DOE) Science Showcase: Isotope Separation Research https://www.osti.gov/doe-science-showcase-isotope-separation-research

The DOE Isotope Program stewards two production facilities as well as several separation facilities to overcome isotope separation challenges, supply priority isotope products, and perform related services.

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In the OSTI.gov Newsletter: Science.gov Provides Cost-Effective Search of Distributed Federal Public Access Portals https://www.osti.gov/w3Z

Science.gov has a new, easier to navigate homepage, and the gateway to U.S. government science information now prominently presents links to information about federal science agencies’ public access programs.

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In the OSTI.gov Newsletter: OSTI to Host U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) #Data ID Service Workshop on September 13-14 https://www.osti.gov/w3k

OSTI will host a two-day DOE Data ID Service Workshop at its Oak Ridge, TN headquarters on September 13-14 to share information about its data registration service and gain a deeper understanding of researchers’ data-related challenges, concerns, and needs and how to help address them.

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Search Tip: Citation Metrics in DOE PAGES https://www.osti.gov/wJv #publicaccess

Citation metrics form the basis for many advanced analyses of scholarly literature. Users of DOE PAGES can now see how many times an article has been cited by other research – and sort their results to show the most highly cited articles first.


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ScienceCinema Featured Video: Scientists Take First X-Ray Portraits of Living Cyanobacteria at the LCLS

Researchers from Uppsala University working at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have captured the first X-ray portraits of living bacteria, detecting signals from features as small as 4 nanometers, or 4 billionths of a meter. https://www.osti.gov/sciencecinema/biblio/1187810
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In the OSTI.gov Newsletter: Celebrating 70 Years of Scientific and Technical Information https://www.osti.gov/wJt #DOEOSTIis70

OSTI is celebrating 70 years of advancing scientific knowledge by featuring some of the leading scientists and works particularly relevant to the formation of DOE, OSTI, and their predecessor organizations.

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OSTI.gov Newsletter: DOE PAGES Adds Citation Metrics
https://www.osti.gov/home/newsletter/issue-19-april-may-2017#doepages

OSTI has added citation metrics to DOE PAGES search results and article metadata, and DOE researchers at national lab and DOE facilities can take advantage of additional citation information and features for users. DOE PAGES provides free public access to scholarly scientific publications resulting from DOE research funding.

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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) provided the Radioisotope Thermoelectric Generator (RTG) space batteries powering the Cassini mission. https://www.osti.gov/accomplishments/rtg.html +U.S. Department of Energy
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