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May 15, 2009 The George Washington University
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Dr. David Ramaker and his research group at The George Washington University have developed a new technique called Delta X-ray Absorption Near Edge Structure (delta XANES). The new technique provides information that enables us to understand why some catalysts in fuel cells work better than others, why some get poisoned more than others, and why some age (deteriorate) more than others. Many problems still exist with modern day fuel cells, but this research and other techniques are shedding...
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May 14, 2009 The George Washington University
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Stephen Hess, GW distinguished research professor of media and public affairs and senior fellow emeritus in governance studies at the Brookings Institution, presents a series of discussions on the presidential transition, modeled after his book, What Do We Do Now? A Workbook for the President-Elect. Panelists include Alice M. Rivlin, Edwin Meese III, William A. Galston and Robert Nash.
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May 13, 2009 The George Washington University
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Stephen Hess, GW distinguished research professor of media and public affairs and senior fellow emeritus in governance studies at the Brookings Institution, presents a series of discussions on the presidential transition, modeled after his book, What Do We Do Now? A Workbook for the President-Elect. Panelists include Anne Veneman, William Emerson "Bill" Brock III and Barbara Hackman Franklin.
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May 12, 2009 The George Washington University
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Stephen Hess, GW distinguished research professor of media and public affairs and senior fellow emeritus in governance studies at the Brookings Institution, presents a series of discussions on the presidential transition, modeled after his book, What Do We Do Now? A Workbook for the President-Elect. Panelists include Don Baer, Scott McClellen, Ron Nessen and Jody Powell.
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May 11, 2009 The George Washington University
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Stephen Hess, GW distinguished research professor of media and public affairs and senior fellow emeritus in governance studies at the Brookings Institution, presents a series of discussions on the presidential transition, modeled after his book, What Do We Do Now? A Workbook for the President-Elect. Panelists include Tom C. Korologos, Howard G. Paster and Nicholas Calio.
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May 10, 2009 The George Washington University
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Stephen Hess, GW distinguished research professor of media and public affairs and senior fellow emeritus in governance studies at the Brookings Institution, presents a series of discussions on the presidential transition, modeled after his book, What Do We Do Now? A Workbook for the President-Elect. Panelists include Raymond Price, Walter Shapiro and Michael Waldman.
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May 9, 2009 The George Washington University
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Approximately two-thirds of Americans voting in the November Presidential election will cast their votes on paper ballots. How can voters be assured their votes are counted and kept private? GW Assistant Professor of Computer Science Poorvi Vora and doctoral student Stefan Popoveniuc discussed and demonstrated "voter-verifiable" voting system, Scantegrity, a multi-university project. Scantegrity involves optical scan ballots, invisible ink, and a fool-proof way for voters to ensure...