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Choosing a Lab

The Department of Energy (DOE) owns twenty national laboratories that combine decades of experience with billions of dollars in research and development to address matters of national security, environmental stewardship, economic competitiveness and energy sustainability. The technologies and capabilities developed and maintained to support core mission work can have concomitant benefits to businesses of all sizes, universities, and non-profits through technology transfer mechanisms. Learn about the National labs below and their partnering opportunities.

The numbers in each blue circle, only indicate experts, facilities, technologies, stories and patents, which are available on the Lab Partnering website.
To enquire about other opportunities or the full breadth and width of a specific lab's capabilities please contact the lab directly.
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