Tag: sustainablility

Engineering Organisms for Renewable Energy

Engineering Organisms for Renewable Energy

In the ongoing race to find new methods of sustainability, two Rutgers University–Camden students have pulled ahead of the pack. Bacteria and other biological organisms can be genetically modified to produce larger amounts of fuel and similar products used for renewable energy. Using a software program they developed, computer science majors Jim Kelley and Tony […]

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Students Discover Method for Developing Clean Hydrogen Fuel

Students Discover Method for Developing Clean Hydrogen Fuel

Recycling waste materials into new products is a common method for sustaining a green environment, but it isn’t only limited to reusing old cans, plastics, and paper. In chemistry, scientists use discarded materials to create renewable sources of energy. A pair of Rutgers University–Camden students has found a new family of functional materials for the […]

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