The Building Technologies Program is specifically designed and structured to conduct the key activities required to meet its vision, mission, and energy goals, which have been developed in an open and consultative process and are linked to the strategic objectives of EERE.
American Society for Engineering Education's initiative, “Advancing the Scholarship of Engineering Education: A Year of Dialogue,” involving discussions within the society on the role and importance of educational scholarship to ensure the long-term excellence of U.S. engineering education.
The mission of the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) is to improve health by leading the development and accelerating the application of biomedical technologies.
Use of bioenergy—energy produced from organic matter or biomass—has the potential to increase energy security, promote economic development, and decrease global warming pollution.
Scirus is a comprehensive science and engineering specific search engine that searches open-access websites as well as peer-reviewed content from publisher sites. You can also search and retrieve patents using Scirus.
Signal Transduction Knowledge Environment (STKE)
Resources come from over 600 contributors in the nanoscience community, and are used by thousands of users from over 170 countries around the world. Most of our users come from academic institutions and use nanoHUB as part of their research and educational activities.
Smart Grid refers to a modern electrical grid that integrates a digital communication overlay on the electro-mechanical grid from the power plant to the end-use appliance.
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