The overall goal of the Center is to develop research and education programs in energy sciences by fostering interdisciplinary collaboration among University of Nebraska-Lincoln faculty and with other research institutions, public-sector agencies, and private sector companies with similar interests. The Center supports both basic and applied research and has a broad mandate to explore a range of renewable energy opportunities (including biofuels, wind, and solar energy), as well as opportunities for energy conservation.

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2013

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Defect Distributions and Transport in Nanocomposites: A Theoretical Perspective, Blas Pedro Uberuaga, Enrique Martinez, Zhenxing Bi, Mujin Zhuo, Michael Nastasi, Amit Misra, and Alfredo Caro

2009

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Response to Plevin: Implications for Life Cycle Emissions Regulations, Adam Liska and Kenneth G. Cassman

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Improvements in Life Cycle Energy Efficiency and Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Corn-Ethanol, Adam J. Liska, Haishun S. Yang, Virgil R. Bremer, Terry J. Klopfenstein, Daniel T. Walters, Galen Erickson, and Kenneth G. Cassman

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Crop Yield Gaps: Their Importance, Magnitudes, and Causes, David B. Lobell, Kenneth G. Cassman, and Christopher B. Field

2006

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Anthropogenic Drivers of Ecosystem Change: an Overview, Gerald C. Nelson, Elena Bennett, Asmeret A. Berhe, Kenneth G. Cassman, Ruth DeFries, Thomas Dietz, Achim R. Dobermann, Andrew Dobson, Anthony Janetos, Marc Levy, Diana Marco, Nebojsa Nakicenovic, Brian O'Neill, Richard Norgaard, Gerhard Petschel-Held, Dennis Ojima, Prabhu Pingali, Robert Watson, and Monika Zurek