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Format: Jan 26, 2021
November
30
Monday
2020

At the upcoming annual SERDP-ESTCP symposium scheduled for Nov 30 – Dec 4, 2020, the Installation Energy and Water (EW) program area will host Technical Sessions, a Short Course and Poster Sessions to showcase the latest research and technologies that improve the performance of DoD installations’

November
30
Monday
2020

The National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research (CBER) at the U.S.

November
23
Monday
2020

The Institute for Integrated Catalysis at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is organizing a series of six lectures with the focus on understanding and advancing catalytic chemistry for the upcycling of plastics.

November
20
Friday
2020

Particle physicists are constantly on the hunt for new discoveries about the fundamental nature of our universe.

November
19
Thursday
2020

Algae are more than just the gooey stuff at the bottom of your fish tank. Algae can be used as a sustainable alternative energy source.

November
19
Thursday
2020

Due to strict federal requirements for mobile and IoT applications, agencies face several unique challenges when it comes to harnessing the full potential of mobile computing.

November
19
Thursday
2020

Today, approximately 20% of the U.S. population about 60 million people live in rural areas, which make up 97% of the land area in the United States.

November
19
Thursday
2020

Cancer cells may develop the ability to rewire or reprogram themselves to become resistant to treatments that were previously effective. Drug resistance accounts for many cancer recurrences and associated deaths.

November
19
Thursday
2020

As the world pursues electrification and the rapid deployment of low-cost renewable power sources, the importance of high-capacity, long-lived, safe energy storage solutions will continue to grow. Manufacturing is central to an innovation-driven economy, and the U.S.

November
18
Wednesday
2020

Multiple models and tools have been developed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Research and Development to help communities improve the quality of their drinking water.

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