The Colorado Solar Technology Acceleration Center

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Dustin Smith, Solar Technology Acceleration Center, Aurora, CO

Nanomaterials for Batteries

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Amy Prieto, Colorado State University

Introduction to Metamaterials

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Sailing He, KTH Royal Institute of Technology / ZJU

Solar Energy and Sustainability

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Panel Discussion - Solar Energy and Sustainability

Photovoltaics Technology: No Longer an Outlier

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Larry Kazmerski, National Renewable Energy Laboratory Solar energy from photovoltaic devices has been around since the early days of the space race, but historically has not had a substantial impact on our global energy scheme. Is that now changing? Dr. Larry Kazmerski is the executive director of Science & Technology Partnerships at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, CO. He has worked at NREL for over 30 years and was previously the director of the National...

U.S. Wind Energy Challenges and Opportunities

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Robert Gramlich is Senior Vice President of Public Policy for the American Wind Energy Association, the national trade association of approximately 2,500 entities involved in all aspects of wind energy production, based in Washington D.C. Rob joined AWEA in 2005 and now leads the association’s strategic initiatives related to federal and state legislation, industry information and analysis, and regulatory policy. He has published articles on wind integration, carbon taxes, market power...

Energy Innovation/Smart Grid

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Jason Bordoff is the Associate Director for Energy and Climate Change at the White House Council on Environmental Quality. Prior to joining CEQ, he was Policy Director of the Hamilton Project, an economic policy initiative housed at The Brookings Institution committed to promoting more broadly shared prosperity. Jason has written on a broad range of economic policy matters, with a focus on climate and energy, trade and globalization, and tax policy. His publications include "Path to...

Separating Duplicated Chromosomes in Preparation for Cell Division: Part 3: Moving the Chromosomes to the Spindle Poles: the Mechanisms of Anaphase A (41:27)

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The third lecture presents evidence, largely from McIntosh's lab, that shows how microtubule depolymerization can move chromosomes in vitro and explores the nature of some of the protein complexes that can couple chromosomes to microtubules and take advantage of this reaction.

Separating Duplicated Chromosomes in Preparation for Cell Division: Part 2: Understanding Mitosis through Experimentation (39:02)

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The second lecture describes some key experiments showing the dynamics of a formed mitotic spindle and the ways these may contribute to accurate chromosome motion. Experiments that reveal aspects of the processes by which chromosomes attach to the spindle are presented. Mitotic motors are introduced and discussed in the light of what they probably do and do not accomplish to effect chromosome motion, including acting to improve the accuracy of chromosome segregation.