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Catalysts for the Electrochemical Conversion of Carbon Dioxide or Bicarbonate to Formate

Scalable technologies that use renewable energy to recycle CO2 into fuels and chemicals would incentivize CO2 capture and thereby create a new driving force to bring net emissions down. Stanford researchers at the Kanan Lab have dev...
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Multispectral 3-D Scanning System for DAC Microscopy

An interdisciplinary team of Stanford researchers is developing a dual axis confocal (“DAC”) microscope system for in vivo imaging of tissues at the cellular scale. This system is designed to provide point-of care microscopic optical sectionin...
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