World leaders convened Thursday and Friday at the Hoover Institution for the inaugural Global Energy Forum to discuss the future of energy worldwide as the field continues to undergo major changes.
Stanford’s Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP) has awarded $8.4 million to seven Stanford research teams for developing high-efficiency energy technologies designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The Global Climate and Energy Project (GCEP) has revised the contract with its corporate sponsors to allow for more sources of funding to the researchers it supports. The most significant change is that the contract lets GCEP co-fund research projects with the government.
Though the budget woes of the state of California seem remote underneath the umbrella of Stanford’s multibillion-dollar endowment, the latest round of state budget cuts have hit closer to home.