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The Genome Portal of the Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute

HOSKER, Edmund Nigel Ronald (born 1958), Director, International Energy, EU and Energy Resilience (formerly Energy Security), Department of Energy and Climate Change, since 2011

GEORGE, Henry Ridyard (1921 - 2012), Director of Petroleum Engineering, Department of Energy, 1973–81

Characterization of neutron reference fields at US department of energy calibration fields

The Second Internal Dosimetry Intercomparison Study of the US Department of Energy

Fourth Intercomparison of Personal Dosemeters used in US Department of Energy Accelerator Facilities

The genome portal of the Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute: 2014 updates

RICKETT, William Francis Sebastian (born 1953), Director General, Energy Markets and Infrastructure (formerly Energy), Department of Energy and Climate Change (formerly Department of Trade and Industry, then Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform), 2006–09

ROBERTS, John Arthur (1917 - 2013), Under-Secretary, Department of Energy, 1974–77

PRESTON, Jeffrey William (born 1940), Director General, Energy, Department of Trade and Industry, 1996–98

LOVEGROVE, Stephen Augustus (born 1966), Permanent Secretary, Department of Energy and Climate Change, since 2013

LIVERMAN, John Gordon (1920 - 2009), Deputy Secretary, Department of Energy, 1974–80

LOUGHHEAD, John Neil (born 1948), Chief Scientific Adviser, Department of Energy and Climate Change, since 2014

LEIGHTON, Leonard Horace (born 1920), Under Secretary, Department of Energy, 1974–80

RIDGWELL, Angela (born 1964), Director General, Corporate Services, Department of Energy and Climate Change, since 2013

CHALLIS, Anthony Arthur Leonard (1921 - 1996), consultant; Chief Scientist, Department of Energy, 1980–83

 

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The origins of the Department of Energy can be traced to the Manhattan Project, whose team of scientists developed the atomic bomb during World War II. In 1946, after the ...

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