Despite DOE's frequent leadership in science and technology (think "human genome" or winning 46 of the "R&D 100" awards in 2009), it's widely acknowledged within DOE that the public isn't particularly aware of DOE's role. Not that we in DOE are shamelessly craving a little credit, but in a representative government, an inf
OSTI creates and deploys web-based information products to accomplish its mission. One way to measure the success of this approach is to use web metrics to gauge and analyze the usage of the information we disseminate via our web- based products.
Science.gov is a one-stop portal for federal government science information. Over 200 million pages of science information from 14 federal agencies may be searched through a single query. How far we have come in the past decade!
by David Kaiser (MIT) and Luis Bettencourt (LANL)
Unique and interesting insights into U.S.