After successfully competing in the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solar Decathlon on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., Iowa State University’s student-designed and built solar house has found a permanent home: Honey Creek Resort State Park at Rathbun Lake in southern Iowa. Read The Tribune‘s story and the Iowa State University news release. In a …Continue reading “Honey Creek Resort State Park to be home for Iowa State solar house”
AMES, Iowa–The Iowa State University Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering (ABE) has received a brand new 8245R series tractor from John Deere that will be used for teaching and research in the department. At a special ceremony on October 5, Tony Kajewski, continuing improvement engineering manager at John Deere Waterloo Tractorworks, presented gold keys …Continue reading “Students to get hands-on experience with high-tech Deere tractor”
A new, $500,000 instrument recently went about its work emitting and reading high-speed pulses of silent and invisible terahertz rays. As it did, Thomas Chiou explained how the technology would allow Iowa State University researchers to take a close and unique look at materials reliability, biofuels combustion, environmental clean-up, cancer screening, biomass conversion, ionic liquids …Continue reading “Engineering researchers among those studying materials, combustion, cancer with new ‘T-ray’ instrument”
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Iowa State student engineers join service and learning to bring sustainable technologies—and hope—to communities in developing nations.
Thirty years out, food scientists enlist Hans van Leeuwen and his team of engineers to design a new ‘drill’ for oil.