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The university-industry consortium led by Stanford and UC-Berkeley aims to make utility-scale solar energy cost-competitive by 2020. By Mark Shwartz The Bay Area Photovoltaic Consortium (BAPVC) – an industry-supported program led by Stanford University and the University of California-Berkeley –...
Platinum catalysts in fuel cells are too expensive for large-scale production. Stanford scientists have developed a technique that could make carbon nanotubes an attractive, low-cost alternative. By Mark Shwartz

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