Frontiers in Energy Research Celebrates EFRCs
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Summer is about celebrating things that matter: family, friends, and the freedom to do a job well. Check out the current issue of Frontiers in Energy Research and celebrate the outstanding work done at DOE’s Energy Frontier Research Centers in the last 5 years. Ryan Stolley from the Center for Molecular Electrocatalysis, who currently serves on the editorial board, penned the theme article on what it takes to build collaboration at an EFRC and why having younger people on your team is critical. Stolley also wrote about scientists at Light-Material Interactions in Energy Conversion building devices that take in light across the spectrum, potentially making solar cells more efficient. You can learn about the work being done at different centers, how researchers are finding new ways to talk about science and recent awards.
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