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WRRC Director Gives Talk to SBAR Educators
Thursday, April 11, 2019 - 5:30pm
Oliver Monti, PhD Professor, UA Dept. of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Dept. of Physics
"Quantum what? The next revolution in electronics"
Rebekah Waller, MS student, Biosystems Engineering
Tucson Electric Power’s partnerships with IES pave the way for a new era of renewable energy
“It was an incredible honor to be allowed to learn some of the oral histories of the Navajo people,” said Indige-FEWSS fellow, Kyle Boyer.
FEBRUARY 7th: What's growing at Biosphere 2? February's ENERGY TALKS promises to be sensational with UA Professor of Biogeography and Ecosystem Science, Greg Barron-Gafford, who will highlight the latest research in solar technology and agriculture.
Coca-Cola’s Sustainability Work at the University of Arizona Campus
Titled Indigenous Food, Energy, and Water Security and Sovereignty (Indigi-FEWSS), the goal of this project is to educate and engage students, with an emphasis on recruitment of first-generation and minority students seeking opportunities, to make a difference in developing communities.
IES has been awarded a $15 million grant that includes a new Center for Sustainable Bioeconomy for Arid Regions (SBAR). The 5-year grant is a multidisciplinary, intercollegiate research project awarded by USDA-NIFA that will help to address the nation's need for biofuel and bioproducts. The re
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