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Media Advisory 08-031
National Science Board Catalyzes Scientific Analysis of Sustainable Energy Alternatives

Third roundtable discussion to be held on September 4 at UC Berkeley

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Dan Arvizu and Jon Strauss, cochairs of the National Science Board's Task Force on Sustainable Energy, discuss with Lisa-Joy Zgorski of the National Science Foundation, their work on identifying and developing sustainable energy alternatives for which the United States is in dire need.

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