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Panel session with Harvey Michaels (MIT, moderator), Tim Healy (EnerNOC), Bernard Neenan (EPRI), and Sue Coakley (Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships).
Sustainability@MIT copresident and Sloan student Adam Siegel interviews Leon Glicksman ’59, PhD ’64, cochair of the MIT Campus Energy Task Force, and gains his input on campus sustainability.
Four kinds of search engines.
Engineers at Kennedy Space Center, in Florida, are constructing Ares I-X, a test flight rocket that is part of NASA’s plan to return humans to the moon, and then travel to Mars and beyond.
David Merrill, inventor of Siftables, interactive electronic building blocks, demonstrates his technology at the 2009 TED conference.
Richard Swanson, founder of SunPower, in San Jose, CA, discusses his company’s solar-panel technology for building efficient solar plants.
Stephen Wolfram shows off the best of Wolfram Alpha in action.
Stephen Cass, senior editor of special projects at TR, interviews Dwight Merriman, CEO and cofounder of 10Gen, a startup that is developing a database designed to cope with the idiosyncrasies of cloud computing.
Ed Moses, director of the National Ignition Facility, explains how the facility works and how it could lead to fusion power.
Bruno Van Wonterghem, NIF’s operations manager, shows off areas of the laser fusion facility that will be off-limits to the public.