Make a difference by becoming a science teacher through SEED. Two SEED volunteers share their experiences teaching 4th and 5th graders about energy and resource topics.
At last week’s BERC-E meeting, we discussed tunneling field effect transistors (TFET). TFETs have the potential to increase the speed of computing while reducing their power output. Data centers consume ~2% of the energy in the US, and the rise of Big Data will make computing important in the future of energy.
C2M Technology Applications are due by midnight, February 14th!
Join three judges to vote on technology pitches from five Berkeley Lab Scientists – Feb 24.
Learn about the “carbon negative” industry at the first 2014 BERCshop! A renowned group of academics and business leaders will discuss emerging technologies, business models, and the actions required to deploy carbon negative solutions at the scale needed to avert climate change.
Policies on the national level could adopt a more holistic approach and utilize the reinforcing dynamics among market, manufacturing, innovation, and cost, for a sustainable and innovative global PV industry.
Big Data is entering the energy market with innovative energy data collection and visualization tools to enhance residential energy efficiency and create opportunities to save energy.
Pakistani infrastructure has generally failed to keep up with the exploding population of that country. The country is currently struggling with challenges of overpopulation compounded with imminent environmental problems caused by climate change.