What if all agricultural waste could be bio-based? Researchers at Iowa State University’s Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering are exploring the viability of creating more bio-based supply chains. The approach could not only inform future agricultural sector decisions, but could be used right now.
Mechanical engineering alumnus Payton Goodrich was among four Iowa State students or alumni recently awarded graduate research fellowships from the National Science Foundation. Goodrich (BSME’15) studied microbial fuel cells and microfluidics in the lab of ME assistant professor Nicole Hashemi as an undergraduate at Iowa State. He also participated in the Ames Laboratory’s Science Undergraduate Laboratory …Continue reading “ME alum awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship”
Ross Morrow, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering and economics, is cited in The New York Times Dot Earth blog as one of the authors in a soon-to-be-released report from Harvard’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, where he was formerly a fellow. Read the blog here. Morrow was also interviewed by Bloomberg Television, and …Continue reading “ME professor discusses fuel tax in NY Times Dot Earth blog”