University of Wisconsin-Madison
The sun also flips: 11-year solar cycle wimpy, but peaking
University of Wisconsin-Madison
"Solar max," as scientists call it, is an 11-year cycle where the sun's magnetic field reverses polarity, typically spawning sunspots, flares, auroras and geomagnetic storms that, if large enough, can disrupt satellites and fry power grids on Earth

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Import Specialist

by lowes1 on October 16, 2013

TX-Roanoke, Well-established and growing solar light manufacturer/distributor in Roanoke, TX is seeking an Import Specialist. Individual will assist in product procurement and importing. The position requires working with overseas vendors closely both in writing and via telephone. The essential duties include, but are not limited to: · Daily correspondence with vendors, overseas liaison offices · Maintain ven

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Storage Engineer

October 16, 2013

NJ-Jersey City, The Storage Engineer is responsible for the installation, implementation, and ongoing management of a fast-growing, complex storage area network environment. This position reports to the Manager of Engineering and is part of a dedicated storage team that works closely with other engineering teams to provide technical support for all storage management-related activities. This […]

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Commission Sales Representative

October 16, 2013

MI-Troy, About Us Our name stands for living in harmony with our surrounding environment. Ecojiva provides sustainable solutions for powering a better planet. Our solar based approach lowers the cost of energy consumption, provides industry with predictable access to electricity and eliminates CO2 emissions. We are a turnkey solar provider who will take care of […]

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Research Associate – Smart Energy

October 16, 2013

CO-Boulder, Navigant Research, a part of Navigant’s global Energy Practice, is a market research and consulting team that provides in-depth analysis of global clean technology markets. The team’s research methodology combines supply-side industry analysis, end-user primary research and demand assessment, and deep examination of technology trends to provide a comprehensive view of these industry sectors. […]

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Sr. Capacity and Server Performance Engineer – REMOTE

October 16, 2013

Charlotte, Senior Performance Engineer Great opportunity for a hands on, solid performance and capacity planning engineer to join a great team and have a direct impact on local, regional and national operations. The successful candidate will provide operating system and subsystem support for highly complex performance monitoring and tuning to ensure system service level objectives. […]

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Public Affairs Manager

October 16, 2013

CA-San Jose, CyberCoders Matching Great People with Great Companies Learn more about CyberCoders Public Affairs Manager San Jose, CA; Santa Clara, CA Full-Time $90,000 – $110,000 Posted 10/16/2013 Steve Eskovitz is recruiting for this position. Email your resume to Steve Apply Job Details We have an outstanding career opportunity for a Public Affairs Manager to […]

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Public Affairs Manager

October 16, 2013

CA-San Jose, CyberCoders Matching Great People with Great Companies Learn more about CyberCoders Public Affairs Manager San Jose, CA; Santa Clara, CA Full-Time $90,000 – $110,000 Posted 10/16/2013 Steve Eskovitz is recruiting for this position. Email your resume to Steve Apply Job Details We have an outstanding career opportunity for a Public Affairs Manager to […]

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Flexible Solar Panel Wings Could One Day Let Robot Birds Fly Forever – Gizmodo

October 16, 2013

Flexible Solar Panel Wings Could One Day Let Robot Birds Fly ForeverGizmodoHowever, researchers at the University of Maryland are perfecting a set of flexible solar cell wings that could allow flying bots to stay aloft indefinitely, as long as they get a peek at the sun every so often. What's particularly clever about … View […]

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