Global Climate and Energy Project

April 11, 2006 at 3:08 pm | | everyday science, news

The latest Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP) brochure recently came out.  It’s a $225 million Stanford Program, funded primarily by General Electric, Toyota, ExxonMobil, and Schlumberger, whose purpose is to fund environmentally-motivated research.  This involves everything from carbon dioxide sequestration to alternative fuel synthesis to hydrogen storage to fuel cell design.  It’s also what funds my research in part.

By the way…check out page 26 (28 in the pdf).

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  1. Cool! Nice photo op. So they made you put on some safety glasses for the pic? And pants?
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    Charles, why don’t you just do research that has no practical applications whatsoever instead of going around saving the planet?

    Comment by sam — April 11, 2006 #

  2. Why don’t I do research that has no practical applications? Because I’m not nano-materials scientist… kidding, of couse!

    Comment by charles — April 12, 2006 #

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