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*Freshman Seminar 21p. Materials, Energy, and Society

Advances in materials and energy technology have paced the development of Society from the Stone Age to the present. Today, we are facing an over-reliance on fossil fuels, a growing population, and its consequences on Global Warming. Starting with our current and anticipated future energy needs, this course, which includes substantial weekly laboratory content, explores the role of materials in evolving alternative energy technologies as well as their impact on worldwide resources.
Note: Open to Freshmen only.

Professor: 
David Clarke
Season: 
Fall
Days: 
M
Time: 
2:30-6:00
School: 
Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Subject Area: 
Freshman Seminars
Catalog Number: 
74031
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