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  • How data can help us use the world's resources more efficiently

    Laura Nereng believes that, in the future, society can continue to function in a better place. It’s a belief rooted in a love for science that stretches as far back as she can remember. Now, at 3M, Laura is focusing that passion on using data to solve for issues on a global scale.

    2018-04-101 Electronics,Energy How data can help us use the world's resources more efficiently
  • Storing renewable energy: Meeting our global demand for power

    Brandon Bartling has a passion for bringing electricity to smaller, developing nations and villages. “These areas can run on solar panels and wind mills – but at night when children are trying to do homework, they don’t have any light,” says Brandon. “The problem is, you need electricity when the wind is not blowing or when it’s dark out.”

    2018-08-241 Energy,Electronics,Transportation Storing renewable energy: Meeting our global demand for power
  • Students imagine and design a future solar car. And it even has room for friends and groceries.

    Matthew Swift says school kids used to say his team’s solar car looked like a boat or a spaceship. He and his teammates at don’t get that comment anymore – not since introducing Penumbra.

    2018-01-22 Energy,Transportation,Automotive Students imagine and design a future solar car. And it even has room for friends and groceries.
  • Football fans will be protected from the harsh Minnesota winter by the best science has to offer

    There will be some surprising science at work to protect football fans flooding into U.S Bank Stadium in February – though they might not notice it.

    2018-01-29 Energy,Commercial Solutions,Design & Construction Football fans will be protected from the harsh Minnesota winter by the best science has to offer
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