Monday, May 7, 2012

Discover a New Form of Alternative Energy at the Science Cafe on May 8th


Learn about Graphene, a cleaner more sustainable replacement for fossil fuels.  
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Discover a New Form of Alternative Energy at
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Featuring Dr. MVS Chandrashekhar

Join us as we present Dr. MVS Chandrashekhar, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering at the University of South Carolina as he shares his research on Graphene, a new form of alternative energy.
Advanced registration is strongly encouraged for this month's topic in order to become a part of our Loyalty Program. 

Graphene - Changing the Alternative Energy World

Graphe
ne has been called the "next exciting thing" in alternative energy, it is a one-atom thick material with endless potential.  Graphene is a nano-sized version of plain graphite that could potentially pave the way for ultra-fast computer speeds and high-powered environmental sensors as well as meet our critical need for cost-effective, high-power, and high-capacity energy storage solutions.  This energy source could help us improve our wind, solar, and geothermal technologies, regenerate braking in hybrid and electric vehicles, and energy balance power grids.  
                                                 
Who is MVS Chandrashekhar?Dr. Chandrashekhar is more than just a professor and researcher, he is a young entrepreneur who is leading the way in the the clean, alternative energy world.  He has broad exposure to the different types of energy problems economies face and has targeted his work toward finding novel, low cost, fast energy payback solutions to sustainable energy production.   He believes that graphene can change the world as we know it and end our current reliance on fossil fuels.


Come see what the future has to offer...If you have an interest in the future of alternative energy, this is a cafe you won't want to miss!  Join us on Tuesday, May 8th, as Dr. Chandrasehkhar presents an explanation of this quickly developing new energy form.

Tuesday, May 8
Capital City Club, 1201 Main St.
Registration, Directions, and Parking available at 

www.engenuitysc.com/sciencecafe

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