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Events
Friday, October 6, 2017 | 10:30 – 11:50amKing Hall
"Climate Change and Technical Paths to a Sustainable Future"

Energy Graduate Group Seminar Series

Steven Chu, Stanford professor (physics, and molecular and cellular physiology), Nobel Prize winner in physics and former secretary of the Department of Energy.  He will briefly describe new data on climate change, before turning to how energy efficiency and progress in carbon-free energy can provide a low-cost path to a more sustainable world. "Some of my own recent research in batteries and other applications of electrochemistry will be described in the context of the remaining scientific and technology challenges that need to be overcome in the transition to clean energy solutions."

RSVPs requested by Oct. 4.

Monday, October 16, 2017 | 4 – 5pmKing Hall
“Libel and Invasion of Privacy in the Internet Age”

Eugene Volokh, distinguished professor of law, UCLA, gives this talk, the eighth annual Central Valley Foundation/James B. McClatchy Lecture on the First Amendment. The foundation, founded by McClatchy (late publisher of The Sacramento Bee), supports organizations and education programs dedicated to the protection and promotion of First Amendment rights, the advancement of academic achievement of English learners at public K-12 schools in California's Central Valley, and the enhancement and preservation of quality of life in the Central Valley.

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