New Nanoscale Materials for the Future of Energy

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Thursday, March 11, 2010
7:00 - 8:00 pm
University Club, Santa Barbara
Dr. Brad Chmelka

 Professor of Chemical Engineering, Materials Research Lab 


What do molecules have to do with fuel cells, batteries and our energy needs?

How will new nanoscale materials change the electronic devices we use everyday, and what promise do they hold for new technologies?

Join us for an evening of presentation and discussion with Dr. Brad Chmelka, UCSB Professor of Chemical Engineering and faculty researcher at the Materials Research Lab.  Introduction by Dr. Rich Appelbaum, UCSB Professor of Sociology and Global Studies.

Nano-Meeter events are intended to stimulate dialogue about nanoscience and technology in the community
• No science background is required
• Refreshments provided
• This event is free and open to the public
• Disability accessible

Sponsored by the National Science Foundation; co-sponsored by the UCSB California NanoSystems Institute and the UCSB Materials Research Laboratory.


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