Northeastern University convened experts from industry, government, and academia last week to discuss advancements in next-generation energy storage and battery technologies—both of which have major implications for global challenges in energy consumption, materials shortages, and climate change.
Top researchers, entrepreneurs, scholars, and policymakers from Massachusetts and Switzerland convened at Northeastern University on Friday for an energy summit, where participants discussed innovations and strategies to address climate change and a range of other global energy challenges.
The Northeastern University Center for Renewable Energy Technologies will convene key leaders in government, industry, and academia to discuss the challenges of renewable energy conversion and storage.
In this video, Sanjeev Mukerjee, professor of chemistry and chemical biology at Northeastern, discusses research into the future of fuel cell technology.
The latest in a series of federally-funded programs, Northeastern’s Center for Renewable Energy Technology (NUCRET) has received six federal grants totaling more than $8 million
Entrepreneurial fuel-cell expert and professorcollaborates with Northeastern’s Center for Renewable Energy Technologyto developfossil fuel alternatives
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