3 December 2014

A Year in Review: BERC 2014

BERC Co-Presidents Dan Sanchez and Tia Hansen reflect on what BERC has done in 2014. This year was full of innovative BERC events, a growth of BERC programs, and internal improvements spearheaded by the BERC 2014 Leadership Team.

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2 December 2014

California Climate Leadership Forum: Strategies for Continuing California’s Climate Success in 2015

Monday, 12/15, 1PM-5:30PM
The Kaiser Center, 300 Lakeside Dr., 2nd Floor, Oakland, CA 94612
Speakers include Tom Steyer, Mary Nichols, Danny Kennedy, Libby Schaaf, and Cathy Zoi

2 December 2014

MIT Clean Energy Prize 2015 – San Francisco

Come to MIT Clean Energy Prize San Francisco Kickoff on THURSDAY, December 4th @ 6:30pm at Morrison & Foerster LLP (425 Market Street, San Francisco). The event will have some renowned speakers from various energy disciplines and will give you an inside scoop on the the nation’s largest student run energy innovation and entrepreneurship competition.

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30 November 2014

C2M’s 5th Annual Symposium

Curious about the technologies that will be featured at the C2M Symposium this Friday, December 5th? Come check them out in person!

20 November 2014

Caltech FLoW’s Alumni Successes Show Financings, Acquisitions

To date, FLoW alums have raised over $15 million in investment. FLoW helped launch over 29, still-active companies. Find Out More.

19 November 2014

Vaca Muerta, Vaca Viva – Argentina’s Shale Story

Vaca Muerta is a shale formation the size of Belgium in the Argentinean Patagonia. According to EIA estimates, Argentina possesses the world’s second largest shale gas reserves and the world’s fourth largest shale oil reserves, which alone could support the country’s energy demand for over 150 years.

19 November 2014

BERC Elections Thursday!

Come out Thursday night to hear from all of the candidates, and then all BERC members are welcome to vote to elect the team that will lead BERC to even greater heights in 2015! 

12 November 2014

BERCShop: The Materials Genome Initiative

By computing properties of all known materials, the Materials Project aims to remove guesswork from materials design in a variety of applications. RSVP here to learn more from the founders of the Materials Project Gerd Ceder from MIT and Kristin Persson from LBNL on Monday, November 24th at 6pm in Haas C325.