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May 5th, 2006

Energy Forum fires up MIT

Abstract:
MIT took an expansive look at the energy landscape -- from generation and storage to climate change and public policy -- at the daylong "MIT Energy Forum: Taking on the Challenge" held Wednesday, May 3. The day's panel sessions focused on three aspects of the energy crisis. The first, "Science and Technology for a Clean Energy Future," laid out a vision for what the long-term solutions to the world's energy woes might be. Faculty members described their latest research on solar and other renewables, nanotechnology, catalysts, batteries and biofuels.

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