The cleantech industry is hard to break into. It requires deep engineering, navigation of governing institutions, and extensive capital.
This interview series shines a spotlight on energy-focused members of the Stanford community – students, faculty, staff and alumni - and traces their foray into the field of energy, their journey s
Like any tech hub, hackathons are common at Stanford. Treehacks 2019, for example, drew 1254 students from 95 universities.
From the jet fuel for your trip home for Christmas, to the plastic for your lunch Tupperware or the electricity that powers your computer, energy is needed to drive about everything humans do in th
There was already a buzz outside Seven Stills Brewery in San Francisco by the time I arrived at Upstart 2019. By the registration table, I was greeted by the future of food.
On November 7, 2018, the Stanford Energy Club (SEC) hosted its quarterly Energy 360 panel, this time with the theme of “Sustainable Entrepreneurship”.
When California passed a state bill earlier this year targ
On Friday, November 2, climate scientist Michael Mann published
On the home page of the Natural Gas Initiative (NGI) website, Mark Zoback makes the case for the NGI at Stanford: “The goals of the NGI are not only to figur
After a summer’s hiatus, the Stanford Energy Journal is back summarizing a busy few months of energy and climate news.