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SPRING 2014

Washington University Joins U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center

Members of the Advanced Coal Technology Consortium are working together to develop new technologies to improve environmental performance and efficiencies.

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Washington University Nets $3.4 Million Energy Grant

Richard Axelbaum leads a three-year project supported by the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a novel staged pressurized oxy-combustion technology and enable carbon capture and sequestration at a cost comparable to current coal technology.

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CCCU measures its impact over the last four years

Read the Summary of Accomplishments from the Consortium’s four-year report.

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Meeting Climate Change Head On

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Young-Shin Jun

Associate Professor & Director of Graduate Studies
Energy, Environmental & Chemical Engineering


Dan Giammar was appointed an Associate Editor of Environmental Science & Technology

Pratim Biswas wins highest award given by American Association for Aerosol Research READ MORE

Young-Shin Jun was elected to be the Program Chair-Elect of the American Chemical Society's Geochemistry Division

Doctoral student Jessica Ray has been selected as a winner of the 2014 Graduate Student Awards in Environmental Chemistry in the Division of Environmental Chemistry of the American Chemical Society

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