A drilling rig in Nevada.

Flexible geothermal power approach combines clean energy with a built-in ‘battery’

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    Lilianna Gittoes: Optimizing energy systems

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    Andrew Houck: Quantum science is like looking at the world with new eyes

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    Graduate Student

    Allison Chen: Connecting computer vision with cognitive science


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    Celebrating Black History Month: Computer vision to reconstruct lost history, and chemistry as ‘a beacon of hope’

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    Justice Department designates Mayer to serve as first chief science and technology adviser and chief AI officer

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    Goldsmith, pioneer in mobile technology, named to National Inventors Hall of Fame

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    Engineers use AI to wrangle fusion power for the grid

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    Three faculty members named Sloan Research Fellows

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    Nanotech luminary Robert Prud’homme elected to National Academy of Engineering

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  • March 04

    9:30 am

    DeCenter Workshop: Decentralized Social Media Platforms

  • March 04

    12:00 pm

    Metropolis Initiative Seminar Series – Sustainable Neighborhood Design at Sidewalk Labs: Science Advances and Case Studies

  • March 04

    4:30 pm

    Statistics, Optimal Transport and Particle Physics

  • March 04

    12:15 pm

    Learning Cloud Processes Across Scales Using Machine Learning

  • March 05

    4:30 pm

    Inference Under Weak Assumptions

  • March 06

    11:30 am

    What Constitutes Progress in Bioethics?