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    , Presidio Officers’ Club

    Following the success of the French Ameri-Can Climate TalkS (FACTS) developed in the lead-up to the COP21 (the Paris Agreement) and the series dedicated to oceans (FACT-O), the Embassies of (...)
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    , Boston, MA

    In this 99th edition of the Café des Sciences, Aziz Abdellahi will present the lithium-ion batteries and their applications, particularly in electric vehicles.
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    , Washington, DC

    The NCSE Annual Conference brings together a diverse community of experts for an enriching opportunity to collaborate on exciting projects, share research and best practices, and build (...)

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