U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science
Office of Scientific and Technical Information
Friend of OSTI,
We hope you enjoy Issue 4 of the OSTI.gov Newsletter.
In this issue you can read about the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) call for increasing access to the results of federally funded scientific research, and the DOE efforts to develop a public access gateway to accepted manuscripts and peer-reviewed scientific journal articles. In addition, you can learn about the recent launch of the National Library of Energy(NLE) beta; the ongoing consolidation of two of the most popular core DOE collections, DOE Information Bridge and Energy Citations Database, into the new SciTech Connect search tool, and the innovative semantic search technology it employs; and the addition of Energy Frontier Research Centers journal article citations to SciTech Connect.
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National Library of Energy beta: A New Search Engine Facilitating Access to DOE Info
SciTech Connect Launched, Consolidating Information Bridge and Energy Citations Database and Offering Semantic Search
Statistically Speaking – What’s in SciTech Connect?
Citations to Journal Articles from Energy Frontier Research Centers Now Available on OSTI’s SciTech Connect
Meet Assistant Director Jeff Given
DOE Science Showcase – Fission Theory: How Do Atoms Split?
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The Department of Energy conducts more than $10 billion a year in research and development. The DOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) helps ensure a return on these DOE investments by collecting, preserving and disseminating DOE-sponsored R&D results.
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Walt Warnick, OSTI Director