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Stanford Solar Car Project: Equinox car, energy, engineering, environment, project, solar

The Stanford Solar Car Project, is a student-run, donation-funded project that has been building and racing solar-powered vehicles since 1986. Stanford Solar provides hands-on experience for students in various fields of study and educates various groups on and off campus.

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Stanford Solar Car Project automobiles, car, competition, energy, engineering, environment, project, research, science, solar, technology

We are a student organization that designs, builds, tests, and races a solar powered vehicle every other year. We have open membership for any Stanford students or alumni who are interested in helping out. This blog follows our progress through the race cycle and is an excellent window into our operations.

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Smart Energy Show energy, environment, podcast, research, science, video

Smart Energy: Technologies and ideas to power the world safely and efficiently.

How do we meet this rising demand without inflicting permanent damage to the fragile environment that supports our life on earth? What’s the latest science? What should governments do? What can individuals do? Smart Energy answers these questions through interviews with the Who’s Who in the energy world: the world’s leading scientists and engineers, investors and policy makers.

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Environmental and Energy Insights climate, energy, environment, law, Law School, policy

At Environment & Energy Insights, you will find a new post on our blog at least every two weeks that will address a topic of immediate relevance to environmental lawyers and policymakers. The authors include Meg Caldwell, Deborah Sivas, Buzz Thompson, and Michael Wara, all faculty members of Stanford’s Environmental & Natural Resources Law & Policy Program. For the latest news about our program, please see our most recent e-newsletter: http://enews.law.stanford.edu/

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