UC Carbon Slam 2016
UC Carbon Slam brought students from all 10 campuses to Silicon Valley to present their climate science and carbon reduction research in three-minute pitches and posters at a live competition before a panel of esteemed judges and guests.
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Date: 6/12/2017
Timothy O'Connor, San Diego: Stretchable, Printable and Wearable Solar Cells

Date: 6/2/2017
Andrew Zumkehr, UC Merced: Novel Land Use, Energy, Water and Solar Canals

Date: 4/24/2017
Lakshana Huddar, Berkeley: How to Build an Advanced Nuclear Reactor in a University Laboratory

Date: 4/19/2017
Chao Wang, Riverside: A Network that Loops Everyone in to Contribute

Date: 4/17/2017
Alanya den Boer, San Francisco: Talking about Climate Change and Health with your Physician

Date: 4/11/2017
Alex Hall, Los Angeles, What does climate change in the Sierra Nevada mean for us?

Date: 4/10/2017
Rose Tseng, Marla Schwartz, Los Angeles: Black Carbon: Its Role in Hastening Climate Change

Date: 4/3/2017
Robert Pomeroy, UC San Diego: Might as Well Go Surfing: Biomass Utilization in a World With Oil at $30/Barrel

Date: 4/3/2017
Kelsey Johnson, Santa Barbara: EV Match

Date: 3/29/2017
Mihri Ozkan, UC Riverside: The Sponge Suit and Rechargeable Batteries from Sustainable Sources

Date: 3/27/2017
Michael Dawson, UC Merced,: What's Written in the Stars: Fortunate and Unfortunate Nature?

Date: 3/20/2017
Joseph Stewart, Santa Cruz: Wildlife and Plant Conservation in an Era of Rapid Climate Change

Date: 3/12/2017
Cherie Briggs, UC Santa Barbara: Multicampus Initiatives in Planetary Health and the Ecological and Evolutionary Impacts of Climate Change

Date: 3/12/2017
Johannes Rebelein, Irvine: Novel Biofuel Formation by Nitrogenase

Date: 3/7/2017
Ellen Esch, San Diego: Altered Precipitation and Carbon Storage

Date: 3/2/2017
Utilizing social media platforms to connect communities around climate change issues.

Date: 3/1/2017
Ilan Gur, founder and director of the high-tech incubator Cyclotron Road relates the work of chemist William Crookes and subsequent critical discoveries motivated by the global crisis of food supply and population in the 19th century, and how overcoming skepticism in finding solutions is critical to our current climate challenges.

Date: 2/27/2017
Jessica Perkins, Santa Barbara: Life Cycle Assessment: There's More to the Story

Date: 2/20/2017
Arianne Teherani, UC San Francisco, Development of a Health Professions Curriculum on Environmental Sustainability and Health

Date: 2/14/2017
Alexis Shusterman, Berkeley: BEACO2N: High-resolution Carbon Monitoring

Date: 2/13/2017
Mallory Hinks, Irvine: The Puzzling Colors of Climate Change

Date: 2/7/2017
Eric Walters, Davis: Fungal-bacterial Co-culture for Biofuel Production

Date: 2/6/2017
Brandi McKuin, Merced: U.S. Tuna Fisheries: A Trifecta of Sustainable Practices at Odds with Climate Mitigation

Date: 2/6/2017
Tianyu Liu, Santa Cruz: Enhancing the Performance of Supercapacitors Through Facilitation of Ion Diffusion

Date: 2/3/2017
Sue Carter, UC Santa Cruz: The Sustainability Lab and Sustainable Solutions at the Water, Food, Energy Nexus
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