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Media Highlights

Forbes | Nov. 9

It’s Not All Hyperloops: Elon Musk Wants To Dig Your City’s Next Sewer

NEXT Pittsburgh | Oct. 24

Why Anna Siefken is one of the coolest energy geeks we know

TRIBLive | Oct. 21

The New York Times | Oct. 9

Wake Up, World Leaders. The Alarm Is Deafening.

The New York Times | Sept. 26

The Tartan | Sep. 18 

Scott Institute for Energy Innovation Selected To Expand American-Made Solar Prize

NBC News | Sept. 23

Germany's new hydrogen-powered trains point the way to sustainable rail travel

Forbes | Sept. 10

Tesla and Electric Cars Don't Replace Oil and Natural Gas

Newsweek | Sept. 5

What Happens if Trump Rolls Back Environmental Protections? These Are the Health Consequences

Vox | Aug. 25

The 6 things you most need to know about Trump's new climate plan

Axios | Aug. 24

1 big thing: How to cut CO2 from heavy trucking

Forbes | Aug. 16

See How This New 3D Printing Method Could Make Your Smartphone Last Longer

Post Register | Aug. 16

Six GEM Fellows Working at INL This Summer

Innovation Hub | Aug. 10

The Uncertain Business of Clean Energy

The WIRE | Aug. 9

Asking People to Have Fewer Babies to Fight Climate Change Is Not Fair

The Energy Transition Show | Aug. 8

Episode #75: Transportation Transition

Forbes | Aug. 2

Trump's Decision To Rollback Fuel Standards Puts A Dark Cloud Over The Country

Pittsburgh Business Times | July 31

Siefken tapped as executive director of CMU's Scott Institute

Geek.com | July 31

3D-Printed Batteries Could Mean Lightweight, Longer-Lasting Electronics

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | July 29

Pittsburgh: Think twice about allowing more rail traffic to roll through the city

WABE News | July 25

Study: US Unlikely to See Nuclear Power Anytime Soon

Quartz | July 12

Tesla owners’ battery data show it won’t win through chemistry, only a better factory

WIRED | July 9

Where Can Climate Activists Find Common Ground?

CityLab | July 6

To Better Predict Traffic, Look to Electric Grid

CityLab | July 5

Lead's Other Toxic Toll: Fertility

Politico | July 3

Utah producers scored under Pruitt

Washington Post | June 18

Studies show groundwater holding own against drilling boom

New York Times | June 13

Trump Wants to Bail Out Coal and Nuclear Power. Here's Why That Will Be Hard.

Quartz | June 12

To hit climate goals, Bill Gates and his billionaire friends are betting on energy storage

National Journal | June 12

Trump's Energy Regulators Don't Buy His Coal, Nuclear Bailout

Washington Post | June 12

Why liberal arts and the humanities are just as important as engineering

engineering.com | June 04

Stretching Electronics Give Circuits Healing Power

Newsmax | June 03

Expert: Researchers Scrapping Pursuit of Human-Like AI

IEEE Spectrum | May 31

Methanol-Fueled Cars Could Drive Us Toward an Emissionless Future 

GreenBiz | May 30

Easy street: How we can use AI for infrastructure maintenance

Ars Technica | May 29

Autonomous trucks will haul your stuff before you ride in a self-driving car

Washington Post | May 24

Self-driving Uber did not have emergency braking turned on when it hit pedestrian, NTSB says

Wall Street Journal | May 24

Uber Self-Driving Car That Struck, Killed Pedestrian Wasn't Set to Stop in an Emergency

New York Post | May 23

This common contaminant is hurting America's fertility rates

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Semiconductor Engineering | May 22

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