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The goal of the Demand Response Enabling Technology Development contract is to develop disruptive technologies that enable demand response at the residential and small commercial electricity markets. The UC Berkeley team involves four project groups: Thermostat/Controls, Communications/Network, Metering/Sensors, and Energy Scavenging. These groups(More)
Synthetic glycoconjugates that mimic cell-surface tumour antigens (glycolipids or glycoproteins with unusual carbohydrate structural motifs) have been shown to trigger humoral responses in murine and human immune systems. This raises the exciting possibility of inducing active immunity with fully synthetic carbohydrate vaccines, particularly if vaccine(More)
In the paper, the lowest electricity cost scheduling plan and scheduling plan considering satisfaction were proposed in new system of household energy management involved by PV solar power generation system. The scheduling plan was optimized with PSO particle swarm optimization algorithm, wherein electricity cost can be effectively lowered through the(More)
The UC Berkeley team formed an interdisciplinary alliance between the four subgroups listed after the main title. Weekly interactions among and between the subgroups enabled high-impact experimentally oriented research mission, while focusing on the common 10x10x10 goal of DR-ETD projects. (Namely 10x cheaper, 10x more capable and >10year life). Over the 2(More)
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