J.P. Allain's startup, Energy Driven Technologies, LLC, gains National Science Foundation funding to determine marketing plans for plasma processing technology.
Davide Curreli's NSF-sponsored work in plasma modeling holds promise for more sustainable food, energy and water resources.
A month after earning her MEng in Energy Systems, Rashi Singh was selected to present on her solar energy project to the 2017 Congress of the Institute of Sustainability, Energy, and Environment.
2017 Taber Scholar Christopher Guida hopes to apply his MEng in Energy Systems degree to a career in solar or bioenergy.
After providing 51 years of inspirational teaching, mentoring and research, Prof. Roy Axford has retired.
Through his MOOC online learning course, David Ruzic is offering to all Illinois science teachers his lessons on Energy, Environment and Everyday Life.
NPRE and Crop Sciences researchers have teamed with Exelon Corporation to determine whether heat lost from nuclear power generation can be re-purposed for greenhouses or biofuel production.
Prof. Jim Stubbins and his students have gained access to advanced experimental facilities that will allow them to identify atom-sized defects in materials used for nuclear reactor construction.