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Science.gov #trivia Challenge: A study by the Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration to identify an anti-corrosion coating for steel that will last 100 years performed exposure tests atop what famous landmark? Go.usa.gov/b2u5 #scigov
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Most Viewed Documents for Chemistry:  March 2015  

Check out the top twenty downloaded #fulltext #documents in #Chemistry from #OSTI for the month of March covering such topics as the following:

• Vapor-Liquid Equilibria for Nitric Acid-Water and Plutonium Nitrate-Nitric Acid-Water Solutions
• Reaction Mechanisms in Cellulose Pyrolysis
• Electrical Conductivity Measurements of Aqueous Electrolyte Solutions at High Temperatures and High Pressures
• Decomposition of Calcium Sulfate

To see these and other top documents #downloads, go to Most Viewed Documents Chemistry:  March 2015: http://t.osti.gov/34u

The most viewed documents for other disciplines can be found in the latest issue of the OSTI.gov Newsletter  http://t.osti.gov/34H
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OSTI.gov Newsletter: OSTI’s Goal: Comprehensive Collections of DOE R&D Results
 
OSTI’s ongoing “rebalance/refocus efforts” place renewed emphasis on STI acquisitions, comprehensiveness, and quality. 
 
“Comprehensiveness” encompasses both current and future STI, as well as backlogs of STI that may not have been submitted through normal and existing STIP channels.  OSTI looks forward to working with the Scientific and Technical Information Program (STIP) community to make our STI collections reflect the complete and comprehensive portfolio of DOE’s research output – to move toward our goal of 100%.
http://t.osti.gov/34z
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From the Director - Office of Scientific and Technical Information Implements Re-organization  http://t.osti.gov/34t
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Science.gov Trivia Challenge: Available from the National Technical Information Service, a 1994 paper from Sandia National Laboratories describes “field shaking” tests performed on a highway bridge, a pipeline or a stadium? Go.usa.gov/b2u5 #scigov
 
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Science.gov #trivia: According to the U.S. Department of Education brochure, “Helping Your Child Learn Mathematics,” one should teach children that there is only one way to solve a math problem. True or false?
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Most Viewed Documents for Energy Storage, Conversion, and Utilization:  March 2015 

Check out the top twenty downloaded #fulltext #documents in #Energy Storage, Conversion, and Utilization from #OSTI for the month of March covering such topics as the following:

·   Separation of Heavy Metals
·   An Improved Method of Manufacturing Corrugated Boxes
·   Nanofluid Technology
·   Evaluation of the 2007 Toyota Camry Hybrid Synergy Drive System

To see these and other top documents #downloads, go to Most Viewed Documents Energy Storage, Conversion, and Utilization: March 2015: http://t.osti.gov/34J

The most viewed documents for other disciplines can be found in the latest issue of the OSTI.gov Newsletter  http://t.osti.gov/34H
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Science.gov Trivia Challenge: SQUID, a technology whose development was funded by the Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate, may soon be used by law enforcement officers to stop what moving objects: cars, boats or airplanes?  Go.usa.gov/b2u5
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Most Viewed Documents for Biology and Medicine:  March 2015 

Check out the top twenty downloaded #fulltext #documents in #Biology and #Medicine from #OSTI for the month of March covering such topics as the following:

·        Measuring dopamine release in the human brain with PET
·        Drug Retention Times
·        Carbon Dioxide Sequestering Using Microalgal Systems
·        Production of Radioactive Iodine

To see these and other top documents #downloads, go to Most Viewed Documents Biology and Medicine: March 2015: http://t.osti.gov/34e

The most viewed documents for other disciplines can be found in the latest issue of the OSTI.gov Newsletter  http://t.osti.gov/34H
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Science.gov Trivia Challenge: To test the durability of soft body armor used by law enforcement officers, National Institute of Standards and Technology researchers created a device that repeatedly did what? Go.usa.gov/b2u5 #scigov
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SciTech Connect Observes Second Anniversary   http://t.osti.gov/34L
 
SciTech Connect, the primary repository of science, technology, and engineering research information from the Department of Energy (DOE), recently observed its second anniversary.  The DOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) developed and launched the SciTech Connect search tool in March 2013 to help increase access to R&D results sponsored by DOE and its predecessor agencies. SciTech Connect is OSTI’s most-visited DOE scientific and technical information resource.
 
SciTech Connect includes technical reports, bibliographic citations, journal articles, conference papers, books, multimedia, and data sponsored by DOE through a grant, contract, cooperative agreement, or similar funding mechanism from the 1940s to today. The subject areas covered are biology and medicine; chemistry; energy storage, conversion, and utilization; engineering; environmental sciences; fission and nuclear technologies; fossil fuels; geosciences; materials; mathematics and computing; national defense; physics; power generation and distribution; and renewable energy.
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DOE Data Explorer and OSTI’s Data ID Service: Resources for Increasing Access to DOE Scientific Digital Data.
http://t.osti.gov/34M
 
The Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) offers a data search tool, DOE Data Explorer, and a service for registering datasets, OSTI’s Data ID Service, that will help DOE increase access to digital data resulting from DOE-funded scientific research.  
 
DOE Data Explorer is a search tool that helps users explore DOE data by identifying publicly available collections or sources of DOE-sponsored scientific research and allowing users to retrieve individual datasets within some of those collections. OSTI’s Data ID Service is a useful resource for increasing access to digital data, as the DOE Public Access Plan noted: “The Department’s Office of Scientific and Technical Information can provide digital object identifiers to datasets resulting from DOE-funded research. To improve the discoverability of and attribution for datasets created and used in the course of the research, DOE encourages the citation and identification of datasets with persistent identifiers such as DOIs.”
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U.S. Department of Energy OSTI has been making government R&D results transparent since 1947.
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The Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) produces a variety of databases making U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) scientific and technical information freely accessible to the public. OSTI also has created a number of federated search tools to accelerate access to scientific and technical information from beyond DOE.


OSTI Databases and Search Tools:

  • SciTech Connect -- Find DOE R&D citations and full-text documents, plus other energy related citations of interest to DOE.
  • DOE PAGES(Beta) -- DOE Public Access Gateway for Energy and Science(Beta): a portal to journal articles and accepted manuscripts resulting from DOE-funded research that will be made publicly available at no cost not more than twelve months after publication.
  • DOE R&D Accomplishments – Find information about the outcomes of past DOE R&D.
  • DOepatents – Find patents resulting from DOE-sponsored research and development.
  • E-print Network – Find e-prints in basic and applied sciences..
  • ScienceCinema – Find scientific videos highlighting research and development sponsored by DOE.
  • DOE Data Explorer – Find scientific research data generated in the course of DOE-sponsored research in various science disciplines.
  • Energy Science and Technology Software Center – Find DOE-funded scientific and technical software developed by the national laboratories, other facilities and DOE contractors.
  • National Library of Energy -- Find and access information from across the DOE complex nationwide, without knowing DOE's organizational structure.
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