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Topic: U.S. Department of Energy
When ‘clean’ cars charge up on ‘dirty’ electricity
Universities can survive only with radical reform
Nuclear waste dogs US energy policy
America's future wind web?
The ‘holy grail’ of biofuels now in sight
Dump corn stalks at sea to slow global warming?
Does wind power really provide more jobs than coal?
'Green' energy a tiny share of stimulus plan
Worldwide race to make better batteries
Can Obama's clean energy plan save the climate?
How underground 'hot rocks' could power America’s future
Economic bright spot: energy prices
Auto bailout: Congress gets closer to a decision
The US nuclear waste issue – solved
Obama urges Bush, Congress to pass a stimulus package
Are alternative fuels reliving the 1980s?
Cloud-sniffing drones soar over Asia
Will lasers brighten nuclear's future?
Denver’s second coming-out party
Google invests $10.25 million in geothermal technology
Do uranium mines belong near Grand Canyon?
Schools consider propane-fueled buses
Europe’s Large Hadron Collider tests the bounds of physics – and budgets
The future of tech in just one word: plastics
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North Korea puts on show after Kim uncle's execution. But is it stable?
Two US astronauts tapped for spacewalks to fix a space station pump
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