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The Challenge: Track Nutrients in Water to Protect Health

The Challenge: Track Nutrients in Water to Protect Health

This project is important to me because it brings technology innovation to one of the most critical environmental issues in our nation and around the world, bringing together the primary federal
DOE Taps Techpreneurs to Boost Solar’s Competitiveness

DOE Taps Techpreneurs to Boost Solar’s Competitiveness

By Michael Contreras , 2012–14 Executive Branch Fellow, DOE SunShot Initiative Solar is a relatively new industry that holds much promise, but is hampered by issues including cost competitiveness with

Winter 2014, Fellowship Focus

Congressman Rush Holt, Alumnus Fellow, to Become CEO of AAAS Rush Holt, Ph.D., retiring from the U.S. House of Representatives, has agreed to join AAAS as CEO and executive publisher of the Science
TED Gives a Boost to Global Vaccination App

TED Gives a Boost to Global Vaccination App

As a 2013-15 Executive Branch Fellow at the Department of Defense, Catharine Young works on global biological issues. Here, she learned about the “shocking disparity between developing countries
Shaking Up the Maker Movement

Shaking Up the Maker Movement

Trey Lathe with his husband, Guy Berryessa, and daughters, Emma and Janessa. Answering President Obama’s call to “Educate to Innovate” and advance student achievement in science and math over the next

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