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Friend of OSTI,

We hope you enjoy Issue 2<> of the Newsletter<>.

In this issue you can take a voyage back<> through the Manhattan Project Era, which is commemorating its 70th Anniversary;  experience the exciting new developments<> at; explore DOE data treasure<>;  discover a showcase of Dark Matter and Dark Energy<> findings in the OSTI collections; and get helpful information on products, search tips, and more.

Issue Contents
October/November 2012, Now with Multimedia, New Search Features; Spanish Version Debuted<>

The Manhattan Project: A 70th Anniversary Observance<>

Exploring DOE Data Treasure<>

DOE Programs Designate Technical Information Officers for DOE Scientific and Technical Information Program<>

Meet Associate Director Brian Hitson<>

Statistically Speaking: OSTI by the Numbers<>

DOE Science Showcase - Dark Matter and Dark Energy<>

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And if you missed Issue 1<>, be sure to check that out too.

Walt Warnick, OSTI Director