Are you a scientific investigator who is looking for financial assistance from the government? Do you represent a local government or a nonprofit organization in their quest of improving the country's energy, environmental and nuclear systems?
Since its establishment the Department of Energy has been pioneering the leveraging of informative science in order to address the country's energy, environmental and nuclear challenges.
If you've answered yes to all the questions above, I'm sure you'd be more than pleased to find out that the government can help you with your problem.
How exactly will the government do that, you ask?
In 1977, the President of the United States of America signed the The Department of Energy Organization Act which mandated the creation of the United States Department of Energy, which more commonly known as DOE.
Since its establishment, the Department of Energy has been pioneering the exploitation of informative science in order to address the country's energy, environmental and nuclear challenges.
The DOE has established its laboratories and study centers but the agency constantly wants to form partnerships with independent researchers in an effort to dramatically improve our energy system.
That said, the DOE is offering funding opportunities and several forms of financial assistance to eligible third-party investigators that harness the potential of helping the agency realize its goals and objectives.
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