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Office of Scientific and Technical Information

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We hope you enjoy Issue 3<> of the Newsletter<>.
It is our pleasure to introduce you to a new search feature at the DOE Technology Transfer website<>. For the first time, users can search tech transfer information across the DOE national laboratories from a single search box.  In addition, please join us in celebrating the 10th Anniversary of<> and delve into the “cool things<>” happening at the site. Learn how the nation’s research libraries are using DOE R&D results<>, where you can find Green Energy full-text reports<>, and how partnerships with Google and other commercial search engines<> make DOE R&D more broadly available.
Issue Contents
January/February 2013
DOE Tech Transfer Site Features First-of-its-Kind Search Capability<>
Happy 10th Anniversary,<>
Information Bridge Records in Library Catalogs–MARC Format at No Cost<>
Find DOE Green Energy R&D Results<>
Collaboration with Commercial Search Engines to Extend Reach of DOE R&D<>
Meet Assistant Director Mark Martin<>
DOE Science Showcase<>
Statistically Speaking: Who Uses OSTI?<>

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