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.
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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.
Hand soap may be safer in the future thanks to a team of Purdue University students who looked to soy to eliminate an environmental hazard.