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September 2013

Event Highlights Need for Women in Clean Energy

DOE-MIT partnership aims to advance women in leadership, raise visibility.

Water-shedding surfaces can be made to last

New approach to hydrophobic material could benefit power plants, cooling systems.


November 6-7, 2013
Crowds and Climate: Mobilizing Crowds to Develop Ideas and Take Action on Climate Change

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Energy and the Developing World

A new student group, Energy for Human Development (e4Dev), fills the communications and knowledge gap.

Ruben Juanes unravels the mysteries of underground flows

CEE professor’s studies of how fluids move underground could help with cleaner energy production and water supplies.

New materials improve oxygen catalysis

Highly active catalysts could be key to improved energy storage in fuel cells and advanced batteries.
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