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Energy

Today's University researchers are developing new sources of power to sustain our society tomorrow.
 
Seeking petrochemical alternatives. Researchers explore a range of renewable forms of energy that could replace oil and gas. They search for ways to unlock the energy potential of plants and algae, transform waste into fuel, and accelerate a shift toward a hydrogen economy.
 
Being green. Scientists also explore paths toward greater energy efficiency. They seek ways to mitigate the threat of climate change and help shape public policy governing energy use.

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Harnessing Antimatter
Harnessing Antimatter

Physicists seek to trap and transport positrons, producing antimatter fuel for deep space travel.

 


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Extreme Science

The Innovators

Extreme Science

Extreme Science:

Research innovations to address national security needs


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November 17, 2010
 
Electricity from a Beet
Electricity from a Beet

Molecules from plants could be the key to a new generation of low-cost solar panels.

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Harnessing Antimatter

Physicists seek to trap and transport positrons, producing antimatter fuel for deep space travel.

 


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Harnessing Antimatter



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