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Two CEI Graduate Fellows examine a scientific instrument.

X-ray spectroscopy for all

easyXAFS, a startup founded by UW physics alum Dr. Devon Mortensen received $160,000 from the National Science Foundation under a Phase I Small Business Technology Transfer grant to develop a low-cost, tabletop x-ray spectrometer in collaboration with UW physics professor Jerry Seidler — the first such device targeted at undergraduate labs and industrial energy storage scientists. ...

Kevin Klustner, Executive Director of the Center for Advanced Materials and Clean Energy Technologies (CAMCET).

Former cleantech executive leads development of University of Washington energy research and technology center

UW and CEI named Kevin Klustner executive director of the Center for Advanced Materials and Clean Energy Technologies (CAMCET). When complete, CAMCET will be a 340,000 square-foot building that will bring together UW scientists and engineers with industry, civic and nonprofit partners to accelerate clean energy solutions for a healthy planet. ...