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UCLA professor plans to use liquid fuel to store electrical energy.
Clean Innovation Conference at UCLA helps business students grow their green start-ups.
A $20 million grant will allow UCLA experts to demonstrate several ways of integrating renewable energy into the nation's coal-based power grid.
Recent advances suggest that cyanobacteria may be able to produce a replacement for fossil fuels - and help combat climate change in the process.
Electric Car Company CODA Automotive organizes a show and tell at the Institute of the Environment
Report recommends harnessing energy potential of rooftops, roads, aqueducts.
Politicians and scientists gather at UCLA to discuss the effects of climate change and role that public policy will have in finding a solution.
UCLA Energy Services staff create big savings by cutting energy use in rooms across campus.
New UCLA program will develop leaders in clean technology and provide grants to Ph.D. students.
A team of computer support coordinators suggest many ways to save money and the environment.
Researchers at UCLA's Henry Samueli school of engineering develop a new method that could provide an answer to a manufacturing challenge.
Lab Manager Magazine puts the spotlight on UCLA program to save electricity in campus labs.
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