Hiqhliehts of Chairman Lummis' Department of Enersv Research and Development Act of 2014 This legislation reauthorizes programs within the exclusive jurisdiction of the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology at the Department of Energy (DOE), including the Office of Science (basic research), and the research and d
For Immediate Release Contact: Jim Jeffries, (202) 224-8816 Alexander: “Finish the Job” of Doubling Basic Research to Keep Americans’ “High Standard of Living” Says “governing is about setting priorities,” reauthorization of America COMPETES legislation should double research, reduce waste and approve necessary program
A group of 19 Senators sends a letter to appropriators urging priority funding for Department of Energy science programs.
"Dear Colleague" letter led by Senators Coons and Bingaman urges continued strong funding support for ARPA-E, EFRCs, and Innovation Hubs.
AAU responds to a DOE Request for Information regarding the Department's Quadrennial Technology Review.
April 4, 2011 Honorable John Boehner Honorable Nancy Pelosi Speaker Democratic Leader U.S. House of Representatives U.S. House of Representatives H-232 The Capitol H-204 The Capitol Washington, DC 20515 Washington, DC 20515 Honorable Eric Cantor Majority Leader U.S. House of Representatives H-329 The Capitol Washington
A summary of the impact on various Department of Energy programs by the funding cuts approved by the House of Representatives in H.R. 1, the continuning resolution for FY11.
Power point presentation by Dr. James Stevens, a corporate fellow in Core Research and Development at Dow Chemical Company, at an October 20 briefing on Capitol Hill about how Department of Energy-funded research is helping U.S. industry compete.
Power point presentation by Dr. Bryan Rice, Director of Lithography, SEMATECH-Intel Corporation, at October 20 congressional briefing on how Department of energy-funded scientific research helps U.S. industry compete.
Power point presentation by Dr. Kathyrn Clay, Director of Research for the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, on how Department of Energy-funded research is driving innovation in the auto industry.
As you begin your work on the Fiscal Year 201 1 Energy and Water Appropriations bill, we write to express our strong support for the Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Science.
On behalf of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (A.P.L.U) and the Association of American Universities (AAU), we write to offer comments from the research university perspective on H.R. 2454, "The American Clean Energy and Security Act" (ACES Act) and its counterpart now under development in a number of Senate committees
URGE CONGRESS TO FULLY FUND REgaining our ENERGY Science and Engineering Edge (RE-ENERGYSE)
As the Senate moves ahead with further consideration of the FY2010 Energy and Water Development Appropriations bill, we the undersigned urge your support for the Department of Energy’s “REgaining our ENERGY Science and Engineering Edge” (RE-ENERGYSE) program.
The Association of American Universities calls upon the Administration and Congress to initiate a new government-wide, multi-agency sustainable energy initiative to support innovative energy research and education efforts at U.S. universities.
The Association of American Universities (AAU) appreciates the opportunity to comment on the draft report released by the National Science Board titled “Building a Sustainable Energy Future” (NSB-09-35).
Dear President-elect Obama: On behalf of the Association of American Universities (AAU) and its 60 leading U.S. public and private research universities, I am pleased to offer the following policy recommendations for consideration by your transition team.
More than 70 business, higher education, and scientific organizations today released a petition to be delivered to both Presidential campaigns calling on the next President to propose and implement a comprehensive basic energy research initiative to help lead the country toward long-term energy security.
Representing America’s business, higher education and scientific communities, we call on the next President to work with Congress to develop, fund and implement a comprehensive, multi-agency, basic research strategy to address our nation’s energy crisis and future energy security.
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