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19 April 2017

Open Spots Still Available for C2M’s 2017 Course!

  Final few spots left on C2M teams for this semester! Deadline to apply is August 22nd.  How to Become a C2M Team Member: Graduate students in science, engineering, law, policy, ERG, and more, please apply using the green button on our website.  — C2M is a unique technology commercialization program that discovers and improves pathways […]

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29 November 2016

7th Annual C2M Symposium

Join us for an exciting, in-depth presentation of emerging cleantech solutions from Caltech, Princeton, Stanford, UC Berkeley, UCLA, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. For the first time in C2M’s seven-year history, all participants are existing start-ups, including five from Cyclotron Road.

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25 April 2016

Graduate student applications for C2M’s 2016 course due this week!

Click here to check out the extraordinary startups in Cleantech to Market’s fall 2016 course. It’s the strongest combination of technologies & team leads in C2M history!

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17 March 2016

Meet the 2016 C2M Projects!

Cleantech to Market offers extraordinary projects for our 2016 Fall course. Learn about cutting-edge tech in batteries, wave energy, geothermal, green chemistry, gas sensing, energy efficiency, rapid prototyping, and more! Thursday, April 7, 12:30-2p in the Innovation Lab…with pizza!

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1 March 2016

C2M Information Sessions for Fall 2016 Course

The Cleantech to Market Program is gearing up for our fall 2016 capstone course. Come learn more about this exciting program 3/9 & 3/10!

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1 February 2016

C2M Technology Applications

Cleantech to Market (C2M) is now accepting applications for 1,000 hours of in-depth, customized commercialization support – Deadline February 11!

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24 November 2015

Cleantech to Market Symposium – Dec 4th!

Join us for an exciting, in-depth presentation of emerging cleantech solutions from your fellow students!

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21 September 2015

BERC Engineers: Passive Radiative Cooling

BERC-E held a lively discussion of a new cooling technology detailed in a recent Nature paper, “Passive radiative cooling below ambient air temperature under direct sunlight.” The new cooling method uses panels to passively cool by sending heat out to deep space. This technology is currently being studied by a team in the Cleantech to Market class.