Women in clean energy; debating nuclear power; priorities for the next president
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June 2016  
Stanford Energy News
Photo: Women in Clean Energy Symposium poster session. Credit: Casey Valentine
Stanford hosts women in clean energy; 
White House cites new campus initiative.
Photo: Ralph Cavanagh and Dan Kammen oppose expanding nuclear energy. Credit: Steve Castillo
The 2016 Silicon Valley Energy Summit featured a lively debate on nuclear energy.
Photo: Stanford PhD student Yao Li. Credit: Linda Rice

Researchers imagine a 'cool' data-storage technology that's a few atoms thick

Microscopic photo of a silicon nanocone array.

Yi Cui lab finds new ways to make 
hydrogen fuel and improve grid-scale batteries

Photo: Arun Majumdar delivers 2016 TEDx Stanford talk.

Arun Majumdar | TEDx Stanford: Most important 21st century innovation

Photo: Poster session at the Women in Clean Energy Symposium. Credit: Casey Valentine

Stanford professors recommend climate and energy priorities for the next U.S. president

Photo: ClearMetal cofounders Will Harvey, Adam Compain and Diego Canales. Courtesy: TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy

TomKat Center: ClearMetal uses predictive logistics to transform global shipping

Photo: Poster session at the Women in Clean Energy Symposium. Credit: Casey Valentine

Sanjiva Lele: How modeling air turbulence can improve wind farm performance

Photo: School of goatfish in Hawaii. Courtesy: NOAA

John Dabiri: How the movement of fish and birds inspired wind-power innovation

Photo: Varanasi, India. Courtesy: CIA

Stefan Reichelstein and Stephen Comello: Enabling entrepreneurs to alleviate India's energy poverty

Photo: Solar panels. Courtesy: SunPower/NREL

Steyer-Taylor Center releases new reports on clean energy and the electricity sector 

Graphic: Fortune Magazine Brainstorm Energy 2016

Dan Reicher: What the energy grid will look like in 2030

Photo: Beach goes in Santa Cruz, Calif. Credit: Mark Shwartz, Stanford

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