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Women in clean energy; debating nuclear power; priorities for the next president
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Clean Energy Ministerial
Stanford hosts women in clean energy;
White House cites new campus initiative.
Debating nuclear power
The 2016 Silicon Valley Energy Summit featured a lively debate on nuclear energy.
Researchers imagine a 'cool' data-storage technology that's a few atoms thick
Yi Cui lab finds new ways to make
hydrogen fuel and improve grid-scale batteries
Arun Majumdar | TEDx Stanford: Most important 21st century innovation
Stanford professors recommend climate and energy priorities for the next U.S. president
TomKat Center: ClearMetal uses predictive logistics to transform global shipping
Sanjiva Lele: How modeling air turbulence can improve wind farm performance
John Dabiri: How the movement of fish and birds inspired wind-power innovation
Stefan Reichelstein and Stephen Comello: Enabling entrepreneurs to alleviate India's energy poverty
Steyer-Taylor Center releases new reports on clean energy and the electricity sector
Dan Reicher: What the energy grid will look like in 2030
Stanford Energy on YouTube
Choose from more than 400 videos on energy topics ranging from batteries to wind power.
IN THE NEWS
Clean Technica: Shanhui Fan creates a solar cell that harnesses the coldness of the universe
NPR: Rob Jackson comments on new properties built on abandoned oil and gas wells
Inside Climate News: William Ellsworth on earthquakes in Texas oil and gas fields
Forbes: Steven Chu explains how Mexico's energy auction reveals the true price of U.S. renewables
Incoming graduate students: Apply now for the September 2016 Energy@Stanford & SLAC conference
Stanford Earth graduates urged to 'do good for the world'
Chris Field named director of the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
David T. Danielson, former assistant U.S. energy secretary, joins Precourt Institute for Energy
George Shultz receives innovators award from U.S. Department of Defense
Hongjie Dai elected to the National Academy of Sciences
Stanford students awarded Schneider Fellowships in sustainable energy
Meet Mark Jacobson, the scientist who wants to change the world just with renewables
Yi Cui: How to build a better battery through nanotechnology
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