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May
21
Thursday
2020

The U.S. community solar market is growing rapidly, with more than 1.5 GW-AC of projects installed and more growth expected in several key states.

May
21
Thursday
2020

This webinar, presented by two senior scientists from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, will be focused on reliability of electrochemical energy storage system (ESS) based on Li-ion batteries, which is currently the most widely deployed system.

May
21
Thursday
2020

The U.S. energy industry has been an economic powerhouse, employing 8.27 million workers in 2019 and creating jobs at rates 50% faster than the rest of the economy for the past five years. But what does the future hold, especially during this period of economic volatility?

May
21
Thursday
2020

Biotech Connector Speaker Series May 2020: Cell Therapy

Topic 1: A New Paradigm: Commercial Cell Therapy Manufacturing

May
20
Wednesday
2020

Join NavalX on May 20th as we host a webinar with leaders in the Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) Community, aka Naval Warriors, across the Department of the Navy. They will talk about the challenges they are looking to overcome with implementing A.I.

May
20
Wednesday
2020

In recent years, smoke from wildland fires has affected populations both near and far from the fire locations. A public health response to smoke intrusion presents a complex challenge, and many communities are aiming to develop effective smoke preparedness and response plans.

May
20
Wednesday
2020

Local leaders are deploying smart technologies to address regional challenges, create economic efficiencies, improve sustainability, and enhance residential quality of life. Please join BroadbandUSA on May 20 to learn more about smart region efforts in Arizona, Colorado and the Great Lakes area.

May
20
Wednesday
2020

Our nation is facing difficult times during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the National Institutes of Health is working over-time to identify tests and potential vaccines to fight this deadly virus. Specifically, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), headed by Dr.

May
20
Wednesday
2020

Many of the promising technologies we need to mitigate the worst effects of climate change—including systems to produce clean hydrogen, capture carbon from the atmosphere, and store energy on the electricity grid for long periods—are nearly ready for commercial deployment.

May
20
Wednesday
2020

Welcome to the 4th Annual Laboratory Automation & Informatics Virtual Event; a free virtual conference for professionals interested in the most recent technologies for today’s labs.

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