New Stanford plant tests energy-saving way to treat wastewater

New Stanford plant tests energy-saving way to treat wastewater

Views:3863|Rating:4.70|View Time:3:23Minutes|Likes:78|Dislikes:5A new wastewater treatment plant under construction in Redwood Shores will be the largest to test Stanford-developed technology that significantly reduces the cost of cleaning water. The key: bacteria that eschew oxygen while producing burnable methane.

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Stanford Seminar: The REX Neo Architecture: An energy efficient new processor architecture

Stanford Seminar: The REX Neo Architecture: An energy efficient new processor architecture

Views:4148|Rating:4.75|View Time:1:30:27Minutes|Likes:76|Dislikes:4EE380: Computer Systems Colloquium Seminar The REX Neo Architecture: An energy efficient new processor architecture for HPC, DSP, Machine Learning, and more. Speaker: Thomas Sohmers, REX Computing REX Computing is a fabless semiconductor startup developing the a new processor architecture targeting a 10 to 25x energy efficiency improvement in high performance computing and digital […]

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An Algae Bioreactor from Recycled Water Bottles

An Algae Bioreactor from Recycled Water Bottles

Views:538328|Rating:4.61|View Time:2:7Minutes|Likes:952|Dislikes:80Michael Fischer Stanford University mfischer at stanford.edu Two major problems facing the physical world today can be broadly categorized into (1) how to increase the amount of consumable energy available for the worlds needs and (2) how to decrease the amount of greenhouse gases produced. Of course, these problems are negatively linked together inasmuch […]

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Stanford researchers develop new filter to combat air pollution

Stanford researchers develop new filter to combat air pollution

Views:37854|Rating:4.88|View Time:2:2Minutes|Likes:324|Dislikes:8Materials science and engineering professor Yi Cui and his students have turned a material commonly used in surgical gloves into a low-cost, highly efficient air filter. The filter could be used to improve face masks and window screens, and maybe even exhaust from power plants. Read the story:

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