Finding more efficient ways to harness and store renewable energy is the goal of the Michigan State University Bioeconomy Institute in Holland, Michigan. Spartan researchers are creating a cheaper and more durable version of a redox flow battery, which can store energy from the sun and wind. Currently in the prototypephase, the device could one day open the door to large-scale operations…
Korey Cook will be a first-year student at the College of Engineering in the mechanical engineering master’s program. During my senior year at Hope College studying mechanical engineering, I was trying to decide what I wanted to use my degree for and I found the renewable energy industry aligned well with my interests. In my quest to have an impact on renewable…
The Bioeconomy Institute team will be attending the BIO World Congress this summer from July 23 to 25. Be sure to stop and visit booth #443 to learn more about all of our services. Visit the conference website at https://www.bio.org/events/bio-world-congress.
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Jolt Energy Storage Technologies is a start-up company founded by Tom Guarr, the Director of R & D at the MSU Bioeconomy Institute in Holland and business partner, Jack Johnson. Guarr also conducts original research in chemistry fields such as organic synthesis, analytical chemistry, electrochemistry and spectroscopy at the Organic Energy Storage Lab housed at MSU BI in Holland.
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The week-long “Lab Bench to Pilot Plant” workshop provides hands-on, practical experience at the commercial scale. Join us May 22-26, 2017.
Tom Guarr’s start-up received a GAMIC award for its novel lithium-ion battery additive that caps cell voltage at a safe and efficient level.
“Wait until you get to the real world” is an adage often used in reference to the life of college students, but how does this apply to the faculty who teach those students? For the world of chemistry, the environment in an academic lab is certainly very different from that of an industrial lab, yet a good many undergraduate chemistry majors will…
Andrew Harrison will study public acceptance of wind power in Denmark.