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Kendra Kuhl

Kendra Kuhl

Cyclotron Road Project Lead

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

For the last 8 years I've committed myself to carbon dioxide conversion catalyst discovery that can help greatly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Cyclotron Road Project Lead

I am one of eight entrepreneurial researchers working on six cutting-edge clean energy technologies at Cyclotron Road. My focus is on developing technology that uses electrochemistry to transform CO2 into liquid fuels and chemical precursors.

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Career
Honors and Awards
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GCEP Distinguished Student Lecture

Global Climate & Energy Program

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Evelyn McBain Award

Department of Chemistry, Stanford

My Research Work
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Electrochemical CO2 Reduction

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SLAC National Accelerator Lab

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Jaramillo Lab @ Stanford

Graduate School ›

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Yandulov Lab

Stanford University

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McGuirl Lab, University of Montana

Research Assistant

Stanford University

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Chemistry

I joined the lab of Prof. Thomas Jaramillo, where my research laid the groundwork for carbon dioxide conversion catalyst discovery by developing new methods allowing for accurate and sensitive quantitation of reaction products, including minor products that had not been previously reported. These methods were applied to a range of different catalysts, leading to new understanding of important activity trends to guide the
search for more active catalysts to improve the process.

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Education

The University of Montana

Bachelor of Science, Chemistry