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Spectrum Tours Stanford University's New Environment & Energy Building

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To read more about Spectrum's tour of the Y2E2 building, see "Color Stanford's Y2E2 building green" on the Tech Talk blog.

Photo: Tekla S. Perry

From the outside, the Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki Environment & Energy Building (Y2E2) looks very much like the other buildings on campus, albeit with a slightly sleeker, more modern look. This arcade echoes those in Stanford University’s main quadrant.

To read more about Spectrum's tour of the Y2E2 building, see "Color Stanford's Y2E2 building green" on the Tech Talk blog.

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