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Monday, October 5, 2009

Clarkson wins NSF award for airfoil research with potential for wind turbines

Clarkson University is increasingly being recognized for its leadership in sustainability.  Research initiatives and project teams under the nexus of Clarkson University’s Center for the Environment include:
  • Center for Air Resources Engineering and Science (CARES) -- Integrated, multidisciplinary research applied to improve air quality management through better science and engineering.
  • Center for Sustainable Energy Systems (CSES) -- Fostering interdisciplinary research and education relating to energy systems for a sustainable future.
  • Clarkson BioMass Group (CBG) -- An interdisciplinary group of Clarkson faculty and graduate students formed to investigate and promote the conversion of dairy manure and other wastes into biogas in the North Country of New York State.  
  • Environmental Manufacturing Management -- A new paradigm of graduate education and research that explores innovative solutions to industrial problems involving systems analysis, product and process redesign, and the emerging concept of sustainability.
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