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Textiles that cool the skin; energy seed grants; California's new global-warming law
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Textiles that cool the skin
Researchers develop a cooling fabric that could reduce the use of air conditioning.
Energy seed grants
Precourt Institute and TomKat Center
award new funding for energy research.
Stanford and SLAC play key role in new Department of Energy battery consortium
William Chueh: Discovering nanoscale secrets of rechargable batteries
SUNCAT/SIMES team creates a tough new catalyst for renewable fuels production
Yi Cui group: New gadget grabs more solar energy to disinfect water faster
Aaron Lindenberg: Memory chips could be 1,000 times faster and require less energy
SLAC: Virtual flight in a catalyst particle finds evidence of gasoline 'poisoning'
TomKat Center Innovation: Helping utilities analyze and act on consumer data
Grasslands tuned to present suffer in a warmer future, Jasper Ridge study finds
Noah Diffenbaugh: Extreme-weather winters now more common in the U.S.
Stanford experts weigh in on California's ambitious global-warming legislation
Michael Wara: Tax carbon, California - The rest of the nation will thank you
David Slayton: California needs a more reliable power grid
IN THE NEWS
Bloomberg: Mark Jacobson discusses the $8T fight over ridding the U.S. of fossil fuels
New York Times: Mark Thurber on the challenge of cutting coal dependence
Washington Post: Jonathan Koomey comments on the enormous scale of the energy we never use
Inside Climate News: Robert Jackson on pinpointing sources of U.S. methane leaks
The Guardian: Chris Field discusses the difficulties of achieving the Paris climate-agreement goals
Yale Climate Connections: Cites research by Adam Brandt on the natural gas industry
Aleksandra Vojvodic named MIT Tech Review 'Innovator under 35'
Yijin Liu receives 2016 Spicer Award for microscopy research
Christopher Edwards and Yi Cui awarded Bosch research grants
Energy Seminar: Jennifer Dionne, Sept. 26, 4:30pm, NVIDA Auditorium, Huang Engineering
Students complete inaugural year of California energy internships
TomKat Center student spinoff is streamlining the trucking industry
Solstice Enegy wants to help Nigerian homeowners manage their power supply
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