Stanford’s Precourt Institute for Energy, Precourt Energy Efficiency Center and the TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy have announced a new crop of seed grants for innovative research in clean technology and energy efficiency.
Precourt Energy Efficiency Center
Weekly energy seminars are but one of myriad functions the Woods Institute serves. The institute, founded in 2004, focuses on interdisciplinary research with the idea that only by reaching across multiple disciplines can environmental challenges be solved.
While cardinal and white have adorned Stanford’s halls for more than a century, some University researchers are favoring another color — green — these days as Stanford establishes itself as a leader in the clean-tech, or green-tech, movement that has swept Silicon Valley.