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Steve Chu at East Bay Green Corridor Partnership launch

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LBL director Steven Chu at the Energy Self-Sufficiency colloquium of Berkeley Nobel Laureates

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LBNL director Steve Chu.Announcement of BP-funded Energy Biosciences Institute.

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LBL director Steven Chu at the Energy Self-Sufficiency colloquium of Berkeley Nobel Laureates

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Steven Chu, new director of the Lawrence Berkeley national Laboratory, at the press conference announcing Robert Birgeneau's appointment as UC Berkeley chancellor

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LBNL Director Steve Chu addresses the Focus the Nation symposium

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In a Homecoming talk entitled "Life as Beautifully Engineered Systems, Berkeley alumnus and Nobel laureate Steven Chu (Ph.D. Physics '76) explains how biology overlaps with engineering. The talk by Chu, new director of Lawrence Berkeley National laborator

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LBL director Steven Chu at the Energy Self-Sufficiency colloquium of Berkeley Nobel Laureates

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LBNL Director Steve Chu welcomes George Smoot to the Nobel club

 
 
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