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DOE to Fund 64 New Physics Projects With $132M; Paul Dabbar Quoted

Dept. of Energy

The Department of Energy (DoE) will use $132 million to finance 64 university-led projects that tackle the area of high energy physics. DOE will support research on dark matter and energy, neutrinos and other physics topics pursued by 53 educational institutions. 

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Trump to Nominate Paul Dabbar as DOE Undersecretary for Science

President Donald Trump intends to nominate Paul Dabbar, managing director of the global mergers and acquisitions group at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., as undersecretary for science at the Energy Department. Dabbar has experience in managing investments within energy industry segments such distributed-generation, geothermal, LNG, oil and gas, pipeline, solar, trading and wind …

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DOE, NASA Create Joint Coordinating Group to Streamline Planetary Science, Energy Initiatives

Planetary Science

NASA and the Department of Energy (DOE) have established a joint coordinating group to identify potential planetary resources and opportunities in areas such as energy and propulsion, data management and high-performance computing. Paul Dabbar said that the DOE-NASA coordinating body will work to systematize their respective science and energy resource programs,

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DOE Announces New Investment in Materials Science Research

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The Department of Energy intends to invest $18 million in research that aims to preserve the availability of lanthanum, neodymium, praseodymium and other rare elements. DOE said Tuesday that it needs these rare elements to support technology industries that rely on such resources, and in turn, sustain the U.S. economy.

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DOE Unveils R&D Funding Opportunity for Isotope Production

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The Department of Energy (DOE) has earmarked $16 million in funds to support research and development initiatives for isotope production. DOE seeks to yield isotopes that are in shortage or unavailable for industrial, scientific and medical purposes through the funding opportunity, the department said Tuesday.

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