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The Potential of Nanostructured Materials to Address the Challenge of a Sustainable Energy Resource

By Mildred S. Dresselhaus

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

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    Tanya Faltens

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    This is a great presentation on a topic of utmost importance— how we can meet our future energy needs— by one of the stars of the physics and materials science world, Professor Millie Dresselhaus. She presents the big arguments at a level that is appropriate for a general college-educated audience and provides some quantitative data that is nice to have. For the teachers out there: this presentation would be appropriate for undergraduate science and engineering students who would like to get an overview of this challenge, as well as advanced high school students, and can serve a launching pad for further investigation. By the way, in case the video comes up with “no audio”, close the window and launch again. There is a known bug that makes this happen to many of the Breeze lectures, but if you are persistent and keep trying to launch the video, it will eventually come up with sound.

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