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Science Cafe: The Role of Carbon Materials in the Energy Transition

Dear All,

we are excited to invite you to a Science Cafe dedicated to exploring groundbreaking solutions in the energy sector.

In collaboration with the Consulate General of France in Houston and Rice University, we will mark the International Day of Clean Energy (A/RES/77/327). This event promises an evening of insightful dialogue, pushing the boundaries of current knowledge with the minds leading the charge in sustainable innovation. It’s a dialogue shaping the future of sustainable energy.

Please register at the link: Science-Cafe-Feb9 

Date: February 9th

Time: 6 pm

Location: 5th Floor, Ralph S. O’Connor Building for Engineering Science, Rice University, Houston

The O’Connor building is building 86 on this downloadable Rice campus map: http://tinyurl.com/RiceCampusMap

Speakers: Prof. Matteo Pasquali and Dr. Marie Contou Carrere

Complimentary parking: Available in Rice University’s North Lot. Please enter through Entrance 21 at Rice Blvd between Ashby and Cherokee to access The North Lot. Inform the attendant that you are attending the Science Cafe. 

Complimentary Italian/French food and drinks

The Event is free and open to the public. Feel free to spread with your circle.

In collaboration with: The Consulate General of France and France Science, Houston, The Rice University Natural Science, The Carbon-Hub, The Italian Trade Agency.

The venue, nestled in the heart of innovative research at the Ralph S. O’Connor Building for Engineering Science, provides the perfect backdrop for our gathering. We eagerly anticipate an evening of thought-provoking discussion, innovation, and collaborative vision.
We look forward to your participation and contribution!

The video (on the Consulate General of Italy’s YouTube Channel) provides valuable insights from our distinguished speakers, Prof. Matteo Pasquali and Dr. Marie-Nathalie Contou-Carrere, and highlights the engaging discussions that took place. We invite you to watch the video at your convenience to explore the innovative ideas and collaborations shaping the future of clean energy.