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Clockwise from top: Sandia National Laboratories, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; photos courtesy NNSA
NEW REPORT

Review of the Governance Structure of
the NNSA National Laboratories

Jan. 23 - DOE should remain the sole sponsor of NNSA labs, but maintain a strategic partnership with other agencies to better meet future national security needs, says a new National Research Council report.

  • NEW REPORT

    Review of the Governance Structure of
    the NNSA National Laboratories

    Jan. 23 - DOE should remain the sole sponsor of NNSA labs, but maintain a strategic partnership with other agencies to better meet future national security needs, says a new National Research Council report.

  • NEW REPORT

    Priorities for Ocean Science Research

    Jan. 23 - A new National Research Council report identifies priority areas for ocean science research in the next decade, including the rate and impacts of sea-level rise and better approaches for forecasting hazards such as mega-earthquakes and tsunamis.

  • NEW REPORT

    Review of California's Risk Assessment Process for Pesticides

    Jan. 22 - A new National Research Council report recommends several improvements the California Department of Pesticide Regulation could make to ensure its human health risk assessments for pesticides adhere to best practices.

  • NEW REPORT

    Technical Options for Bulk
    Data Collection

    Jan. 15 -- No software-based technique can fully replace the bulk collection of signals intelligence, but methods can be developed to more effectively conduct targeted collection and to control the usage of collected data, says a new report from the National Research Council.

Honoring Outstanding Achievement in Science

Since 1886, the National Academy of Sciences has honored outstanding achievement through its awards program. NAS will announce the 2015 winners of various awards in January.

DOT Secretary Addresses TRB Annual Meeting

Anthony Foxx, USDOT secretaryU.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx addressed transportation leaders at the Transportation Research Board 94th Annual Meeting. He discussed the USDOT's efforts to create a comprehensive, long-term transportation plan that focuses on understanding and addressing how rapid technological and demographic changes will challenge a growing nation and alter demands on our transportation infrastructure. C-SPAN video of Foxx's remarks

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