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Don Sadoway on innovation in energy storage

"What I Learned in 3.091 was All I Needed to Know" from Technology Day 2010

In a lecture that could have been titled, "Better Education through Chemistry," Don Sadoway begins with solar energy, grid-level storage and liquid metal batteries and moves into education innovation, sharing creative ways to teach chemistry.
"How do we think against the grain? Pose the right question." — Donald Sadoway

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