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The Sciences

Getting Schooled In Energy

The IntersectionBy Sheril KirshenbaumJanuary 11, 2010 8:34 PM
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As regular Intersection readers know, I've long been interested in energy. Today I'm flying to Texas to join Michael Webber's three day energy technology and policy course at UTAustin. Here is the description:

Dr. Michael Webber, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, and Associate Director of the Center for International Energy and Environmental Policy at the University of Texas at Austin, will share his insights and candid views about the best and worst of US energy practice. His fast-paced and information-packed lectures will include real-world examples, entertaining anecdotes, engineering fundamentals, historical perspectives, and an outlook for the future of energy. This crash course is perfect for people who want an energy credential or a graduate class in energy, but only have a few days to spare.

With lectures covering transportation, biofuels, climate, security, and food, I can't wait. So expect some energy related posts this week as I have time to blog.

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