Posts Tagged LBNL

9 September 2014

Innovation Expo plans heating up with call for posters, case competitions

The Innovation Expo at BERC’s Energy Summit 2014 to be held on Thursday evening, October 16th. The not-to-be-missed event includes a keynote from LightSail Energy’s Danielle Fong, an Energy Innovation Case Competition and a Poster Exposition and Contest.

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13 February 2014

Vote for the Next Big Tech Idea!

Join three judges to vote on technology pitches from five Berkeley Lab Scientists – Feb 24.

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18 November 2013

Fuel Economy Driving The Future of Flight

Fuel costs are the primary cost driver of the airline industry. The critical nature of enhanced fuel economy has prompted many kinds of innovative technologies in the aviation industry that may define the future.

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3 May 2013

C2M Helped Launch an ARPA-E Project!

Did you know that Cleantech to Market (C2M) helps launch all kinds of low carbon energy projects? After a century of “progress” we are already over the atmospheric CO2 goal of 350 ppm. In fact we are over 390 ppm and climbing.

3 April 2013

Cleanweb Berkeley Hackathon to be held April 26

Now calling all developers, coders, hackers, designers, entrepreneurs, and energy gurus! The Berkeley Cleanweb Hackathon will be hosted over the course of the weekend April 26-28, with a kickoff Friday evening.

30 November 2011

Breakthrough using e. coli to produce transportation fuels

Researchers with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)’s Joint BioEnergy Institute (JBEI) have engineered the first strains of Escherichia coli bacteria that can digest switchgrass biomass and synthesize its sugars into gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel.

28 November 2011

BERC Co-President Sebastien Lounis Makes Headlines at LBNL

“Lab Researcher Helps Berkeley High Students Create Energy Videos”

7 November 2011

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