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The Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture and the American Institute of Architects East Tennessee have honored a project spearheaded by the University of Tennessee (UT) College of Architecture and Design.
A soy-based air filter for use in residential and commercial applications is the winner of this year’s Student Soybean Product Innovation Competition at Purdue University.
Whether it’s a two-lane country road or a superhighway, the first area to fail in an asphalt highway is often the longitudinal joint (or seam).
CBN member Kristeen Joseph is part of a team at the University of Minnesota which has developed a biobased molecule -- known as an Oleo-Furan-Surfactant (OFS). This new surfactant molecule can replace synthetic, petroleum-based molecules that are used in a wide-range of everyday products.
Lorena Nelson has never been afraid to make her voice heard and stand up for what she believes is right. Starting when she was a custodial worker, and continuing today as Custodial Supervisor for Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Nelson fights to reduce the use of harmful chemicals and lessen environmental impacts.