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GCEP holds a number of events to help raise the level of discussion about the energy technologies needed for a future with reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

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GCEP Research Symposium 2014
October 14-15, 2014
Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center
Stanford University

hought leaders discussed the teamwork and leadership needed to move the clean energy agenda forward to create low-carbon energy technologies for all. GCEP principal investigators showcased their latest scientific innovations and exciting new ideas in the energy research arena. Plus, experts led Energy 101 tutorials throughout the symposium.

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GCEP Student Energy Lecture Series 2014
Mondays, June 30 - August 11

GCEP grad student/postdoc speakers from different technical areas gave presentations - both accessible and informative - about their innovative clean energy research. Learn about cutting-edge breakthroughs directly from students leading efforts in areas such as solar, bioenergy, hydrogen, carbon-based energy systems, electro - chemistry and energy storage.

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Energy@Stanford & SLAC
September 8-12, 2014
Stanford University

Jumpstart your energy education at Stanford. Build your personal energy network at Stanford. Learn about current research from forty Stanford energy "Rock Star" faculty. Develop a broad perspective on energy. Network with Silicon Valley energy entrepreneurs and venture capitalists. Visit local energy companies in Silicon Valley, and SLAC's state-of-the-art SSRL and LCLS light source facilities.

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