2007 eNews

eNewsletter Volume 2, Issue 2

1. Independent Oil wins Telly Award
2. Energy Institute authors receive recognition in Elsevier’s top-cited articles
3. Penn State wins 5th overall in 3rd annual GM Challenge X competition
4. CT Scan Reveals Ancient Long-Necked Gliding Reptile
5. Energy Institute to participate in renewable energy exhibit at 2007 Ag Progress Days
6. Feature Photo: Envirothon 2007
7. Upcoming Events
8. Contracts/Grants

eNewsletter Volume 2, Issue 1

1. Chunshan Song selected to receive 2007 Herman Pines Award in Catalysis
2. Faculty Spotlight: Semih Eser
3. WPPSEF native grasses program kicks off
4. Student researchers recipients of EGEE Student Awards
5. PA Biomass Working Group receives funds from WPPSEF to sustain and expand activities
6. Journal article published by EI faculty member takes top spot on most-read list
7. POEMS to be hosted at the Energy Institute
8. Faculty member publications in March 2007
9. Upcoming Events
10. Contracts/Grants

October 25, 2007 - Penn State leads DOE consortium focused on hydrogen energy research 
Hydrogen energy research at Penn State will see even more expansion as the University begins leadership over a newly established U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) consortium this month. Read More

September 2007 - Undergraduate student takes advantage of opportunities at Energy Institute
Elizabeth Fedorowicz, a recent graduate of the Energy and Geo-Environmental Engineering undergraduate program, left Penn State this year with more than a diploma—she gained the hands-on research experience that helped position her for a successful career in industry. Read More

2007 Headlines

October 2007
Harvest of Energy - Research Penn State

October 23, 2007- Penn State LIVE
Researchers probe undersea earthquake zone

Penn State LIVE
Coal and black liquor can produce energy from papermaking

August 20, 2007- Penn State LIVE
Coal-based fuels and products hit the refinery

June 20, 2007- Penn State LIVE
CT Scan Reveals Ancient Long-Necked Gliding Reptile

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