I always look at MIT’s stuff whenever the world gets me down and I feel like giving up. There is so much innovation and enthusiasm there that my hope gets restored. Thanks MIT! New green energy course inspires high school seniors from across the country.
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The working cycle of a solar thermal fuel, using azobenzene as an example. (Courtesy of Jeff Grossman.) A molecular approach to solar power Switchable material could harness the power of the sun — even when it’s not shining. David L. Chandler | MIT News Office April 13, 2014 It’s an…
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