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Simona Onori: How ready are we for our electric future?

An expert in energy resources engineering says “battery biopsies” are key to a tomorrow filled with electric vehicles. (Source: The Future of Everything)

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Elizabeth Miller, Sibyl Diver receive Excellence in Teaching Awards

Recipients of the school’s annual Excellence in Teaching Awards are selected based on nominations from students, faculty, and alumni.

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Stanford Earth graduates: Make your own future

Graduates of the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences have the skills and knowledge to persevere in the face of new challenges and uncertainty, according to Dean Stephan Graham.

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Earth researchers receive funding for energy project

Inês Azevedo, Sally Benson, Adam Brandt and Jacques de Chalendar received funding to explore how policies and people shape the needed transition to sustainable energy systems and its distributional/equity consequences.

 

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Prof. Sally Benson and Precourt collaborating with Vanderbilt Univ.

To foster the market for new and tangible carbon removal technologies, Climate Vault convened a Technology Experts Chamber to assess, evaluate and measure impact. The chamber is comprised of the industry’s top minds in CO2 removal, energy and policy. 

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Two students awarded first place in 2021 SPE paper contest

Energy resources engineering student Dylan Crain received first place in the MS category and electrical engineering student Tim Anderson received first place in the PhD category. 

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Biden's climate bet rests on a clean electricity standard

Sally Benson, an expert in low-carbon energy systems, discussed flexible standards for clean electricity. "Mandate the goals", she said, "not how states get there."

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Tachyus Adds Prof. Adam Brandt to its List of Notable Advisors

Professor Brandt is one of the pioneers in measurement of carbon intensity for the oil and gas industry.

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Alex Miltenberger recognized by the Department of Energy

This award supports graduate thesis research conducted at a DOE laboratory or facility that addresses scientific challenges central to the Office of Science mission.

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This startup grows kelp then sinks it to pull carbon from the air

Sally Benson suggested, “making it cheaper for businesses to invest in carbon capture and storage is the best way to immediately reduce fossil fuel emissions.” 

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