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Energy Technology is a peer-reviewed scientific journal from , featuring the latest on energy generation, conversion, storage, and distribution.
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Energy Technology 42m
Rational Design of Cyclopenta[2,1-b;3,4-b']dithiophene-bridged Hole Transporting Materials for Highly Efficient and Stable Perovskite (Sun)
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Energy Technology 10h
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IowaStateCBE 11h
"Mr. Chocolate" agrees...a good donut is pretty sweet too! CBE senior lecturer John Kaiser invites you to come grab your own donut (available in many flavors). Free donuts for all CBE students outside 2061 Sweeney while they last!
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Paul J. Dauenhauer Jan 11
We are currently looking for post-doc applications to work on a catalysis and reaction engineering project starting approximately this summer, 2019. Please send any applications to my email address: hauer@umn.edu
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Patricia Schouker 15h
The emergence of the world’s sector is setting the stage for a boom – here’s the case for 12 different metals going into 2019.
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Energy Technology 15h
Congratulations to Allen Bard () and Jean Fréchet () for their well-deserved awards!
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Paul Coxon Jan 14
It is possible for a nation to win a Darwin Award? Asking for a country.
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Kees van der Leun Jan 12
Replying to @Sustainable2050
For every 1 Joule of energy we use, we manage to stuff something like 15 Joules of solar heat into the ocean, by means of the CO2 we emit to the atmosphere. If we’d just use solar energy instead, we would stop warming the oceans (and the air around us).
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F. Todd Davidson Jan 11
“Excluding nuclear power could double or triple the average cost of electricity in deep decarbonization scenarios...” Worth thinking about From: Science Magazine - January 11, 2019 - page 105
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Lorenzo Stievano Jan 10
We are recruiting 2 PhD thesis candidates for studies on novel Li-metal and K-ion batteries financed by the European network Alistore ERI. The thesis will be shared between our laboratory at University of Montpellier and two Swedish universities (Chalmers…
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Steven C. DeCaluwe Jan 10
People: officially the worst.
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Javier Perez-Ramirez Jan 10
Last week it was van Gogh Now Warhol is the inspiration 😂 Enjoy the Cover Feature in on ensemble design for catalyzed hydrogenation. Thank you Michael & whole team for the 10th anniversary issue - long live !
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iaamna Jan 6
The most honest and instant book review👇🤣
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TJ Connors Jan 7
This is Jeremiah. Jeremiah wore safety goggles while angle grinding. Jeremiah still has his right eye. Be like Jeremiah.
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Energy Technology Jan 9
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Clean Energy Wire Jan 9
Without a strong and international price signal, the will remain "a wild mixture of voluntary agreements" - Economist Manuel Frondel of 's research institute in CLEW Preview2019 -
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perovdaddy Jan 6
Power From Commercial Perovskite Solar Cells Is Coming Soon
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Advanced Intelligent Systems Jan 3
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Energy Technology Jan 4
Replying to @anmRD
Yum! Send some to your favorite editor? :)
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Stefan A.L. Weber Jan 3
More than 40% renewable energy in Germany with the biggest increase in energy. We still burn way too much coal and drive around in big cars, but at least there is hope...
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