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New Sustainable Energy Journal Goes Paperless

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New Sustainable Energy Journal Goes Paperless

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New Sustainable Energy Journal Goes Paperless

New Sustainable Energy Journal Goes Paperless

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A new interdisciplinary online-only journal from the American Institute of Physics is focusing on the burgeoning renewable- and sustainable-energy fields. The peer-reviewed Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy will feature a blog, top news stories and multimedia features.

Editors will draw on worldwide researchers in the fields of bioenergy and technology; nuclear wind and solar power; and transportation and energy conservation.

Guest:

Craig Taylor, editor, Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, professor of physics at the Colorado School of Mines and Associate Director of the Colorado Energy Research Institute, Golden, Colo.

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