CalTech Lecture TONITE!
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at 02.18.09 - 11:50 am
Powering the Planet with Solar Fuel
Many research groups are trying to find efficient and economical ways of storing solar energy in chemical bonds. A major goal is to split water into its elemental components hydrogen and oxygen using solar-driven molecular machines that are designed to be even more efficient than natural photosynthesis. Great progress toward this goal has been made recently in work at Caltech on nanoscale water-splitting devices built from Earth-abundant elements.
Harry B. Gray is Arnold O. Beckman Professor of Chemistry and Founding Director of the Beckman Institute at Caltech.
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This lecture is certified to be 100% free and simulating to the brain.
02.18.09 - 12:34 pm
OH yeah, this reminds me. No one blind, deaf, or dumb please.
02.18.09 - 3:00 pm
yeah... allen this kicks ass! I will be there for sure! tonite is also the My Life in Bondage: Frederick Douglass Feb. 18 (Wednesday) 7 p.m. African American orator, statesman, and abolition @ The Huntington Library @ 7pm free for students...
the return of the frenchconn..
02.18.09 - 3:23 pm
Hey whasup Bernie??? I'll look for you. It'll be good to see you again!
Look for us around 8pm, unless you're riding with us. Here's my number, 5ive 6 to 6 7 tree 06 for tree
02.18.09 - 3:42 pm