2018 STIP Working Meeting

STIP and the DOE National Laboratory Library Coalition (NLLC) are combining efforts and the STIP / NLLC meetings will be held the week of April 16 – April 20 at Jefferson Lab in Newport News, VA.

Meeting information can be found at https://www.jlab.org/conferences/stip2018/index.html

DOE Scientific and Technical Information Program -- a complex-wide collaboration

What is STIP?

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Scientific and Technical Information Program (STIP) is a collaboration from across the DOE complex working to ensure that the results of DOE-funded research and development (R&D) and other science and technology activities are identified, disseminated, and preserved.

Why We're Here

STIP members, led by the DOE Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI), work together to increase the availability and transparency of various types of scientific and technical information (STI).  This site provides background, guidance, and more to support the management and preservation of DOE-funded R&D results now and in the future.

Recently Received STI

Wind power live! An interactive exhibit and related programs about wind generated energy at the Science Museum of Minnesota. Final... The final performance report for the Wind Power Live! museum exhibit summarizes the goals and outcomes for the project. Project goals included: (1) help museum visitors understand why wind is being considered as a significant energy source; (2) enable visualization of the dynamics and power output... Author(s): Hamilton, P.
Pressure-induced amorphizations of silica analogues: A probe of the relationship between order and disorder. Final report, August 1, 1993--... Efforts of this research were to determine the relationship between order and disorder in amorphous materials using high pressure techniques. Specifically, the experiments utilized high pressure x-ray diffraction, electron transmission microscopy, and Raman scattering. Author(s): Hammack, W.S.
Mechanism and structure of the plant plasma membrane Ca{sup 2+}-ATPase Objectives of this project were the following: development of an enriched preparation of the red beet plasma membrane Ca{sup 2+} ATPase in order to develop a procedure for detergent solubilization of the enzyme from the membrane using detergents, resolution by a method which could be upscaled for... Author(s): Briskin, D.P.
Fast neutron cross section measurements. Final technical report, March 1, 1987--September 30, 1995 The time-of-flight technique was used with the ring scattering geometry in a laboratory with low neutron scattering background to measure the angular distributions of the cross sections for elastic and inelastic scattering of 14 MeV neutrons in natural chromium, iron, nickel, and niobium.... Author(s): Knoll, G.F.
Numerical methods for molecular dynamics. Final report, August 1, 1993--January 31, 1996 The aim of this research is to explore ideas for more efficient numerical integrators for molecular dynamics (MD) and where needed to develop appropriate theoretical tools. Emphasis is on macromolecules and techniques suitable for implementation in the biomolecular dynamics program NAMD. Listed on... Author(s): Skeel, R.D.
Radium on soil mineral surfaces: Its mobility under environmental conditions and its role in radon emanation. Final report The ultimate source of {sup 222}Rn to the atmosphere is, of course, {sup 226}Ra. Tracking the mobility of radium therefore is part of the story of radon flux assessment. The study of radium mobility and radon flux measurements has involved virtually all the reservoirs at the Earth`s surface. These... Author(s): Turekian, K.K.
Base sequence effects on DNA replication influenced by bulky adducts. Final report, March 1, 1995--February 28, 1997 Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) are environmental pollutants that are present in air, food, and water. While PAH compounds are chemically inert and are sparingly soluble in aqueous solutions, in living cells they are metabolized to a variety of oxygenated derivatives, including the high... Author(s): Geacintov, N.E.
Fuel efficient hydrodynamic containment for gas core fission reactor rocket propulsion. Final report, September 30, 1992--May 31, 1995 Gas core reactors can form the basis for advanced nuclear thermal propulsion (NTP) systems capable of providing specific impulse levels of more than 2,000 sec., but containment of the hot uranium plasma is a major problem. The initial phase of an experimental study of hydrodynamic confinement of... Author(s): Sforza, P.M.; Cresci, R.J.
Continuous chemical reaction chromatography. Final report The research supported by DOE under this grant resulted in the development of continuous flow adsorptive chemical reactors based on chromatographic separations. In particular, the countercurrent moving bed chromatographic reactor and the simulated countercurrent moving bed chromatographic reactor... Author(s): Carr, R.W.
Final report for tank 241-AP-101, grab samples 1AP-95-1, 1AP-95-2, 1AP-95-3, 1AP-95-4, 1AP-95-5, and 1AP-95-6 Six supernate grab samples (1AP-95-1 through 6) and one field blank (1AP-95-7) were taken from tank 241-AP-101, on Nov. 10 and 13, 1995. Analyses were performed in support of the Safety Screening and the Waste Compatibility Safety programs. All analytical results were within the action limits... Author(s): Esch, R.A.