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2004 - 2007 Seminars
November 9, 2007
H2 Storage in Organic Heterocyclic Liquids
Prof. Robert H. Crabtree, Chemistry Department, Yale University

May 11, 2007
From Science to Regulation – California's Air Quality Program (PDF, 1.37Mb)
Robert Sawyer, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley

March 8, 2007
A Combinatorial and Distributed Approach to Solving the Problem of Splitting Water With Sunlight (PDF, 8.7Mb)
Prof. Bruce Parkinson, Department of Chemistry, Colorado State University

July 21, 2006

Nature's Renewable Energy Blueprint: Future Fuel from Photosynthesis & Biomimics (PDF)
Prof. G. Charles Dismukes, Princeton University

Apr. 27, 2006

Energy Choices, Energy Futures (PDF)
Richard Sears, Shell International Exploration & Production Inc.

Feb. 24, 2006
Solar Thermochemical Splitting of Water: Theory, Application, and Materials Research Opportunities (PDF)
Prof. Alan Weimer, University of Colorado

Nov. 18, 2004
The Role of Terrestrial Ecosystems in the Global Carbon Systems (PDF)
Dr. Chris Field, Director, Department of Global Ecology, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Stanford, CA

Oct. 27, 2004
Catalytic and Enzymatic Hydrogen Production (PDF)
Dr. J.K. Norskov, Center for Atomic-scale Materials Physics, Technical University of Denmark

Oct. 21, 2004
Chemical Options for CO2 Capture and Storage (PDF)
Dr. Greg Rau, Senior Researcher, UC Santa Cruz, LLNL

Sept. 30, 2004
The American Public's Views of Global Climate Change and Potential Amelioration Strategies (PDF)
Prof. Jon Krosnick, Stanford University

May 24, 2004
Challenges for the Chemical Sciences in Renewable Energy Technology Development (PDF)
Dr. Nathan S. Lewis, California Institute of Technology

May 20, 2004
Carbon's Future Role in Energy (PDF)
Dr. Klaus S. Lackner, Columbia University

April 1, 2004
Bridging to a Future of Reduced Climate Risk (PDF)
Dr. John Shinn, Senior Staff Advisor, Global Issues, ChevronTexaco Energy Technology Company


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