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Feb 2 2024 | Stanford Energy | Posted In: Research
The Jan 29 conference held at Stanford co-sponsored by the California Energy Commission, focused on how researchers can help California achieve its climate goals. California has been at the forefront to decarbonize electricity but much work, and costs, remain while avoiding past and current...
Dec 5 2023 | Stanford News | Posted In: Research
Marco Pavone's Autonomous Systems Lab designs decision-making algorithms to enable space robots or self-driving cars to maneuver in unpredictable - or completely alien- environments. ASL also uses AI to redistribute traffic toll money from drivers who can afford tolls to those who can't
Dec 5 2023 | Stanford Doerr School of Sustainability | Posted In: Research
The Global Carbon Project, an international consortium of scientists from more than 90 institutions, research published Dec 5, shows that global carbon emissions from fossil fuels have risen again in 2023. While the U.S. saw emissions decline 3% in 2023 compared to 2022, primarily due to decline in...
Sep 20 2023 | Stanford Engineering | Posted In: Research
Photonics research has been ongoing at Stanford since the 1960's. The university was also at the center of several initial developments in laser technology and has continued to develop the field. Read about other photonics research from using light's quantum nature in computing, to lower energy...
A new SIEPR Policy Brief explains and evaluates how the Clean Vehicle Tax Credit in the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) works and evaluates it from an industrial policy perspective.