Sukup Atrium in the Biorenewables Complex, Iowa State University, will feature student posters from “Leading the Bioeconomy” Fellowship Recipients, TSM 325 Biorenewable Systems, and BRT Graduate Student Research Seminar BRT506C.
This workshop will be useful for researchers in education sciences as well as those who are interested in developing skills/ideas that would be useful for broader impacts and outreach related work with K-12 institutions. Online registration will be available from January 15, 2015.
The Energy Policy platform established Energy, Economics, and Engineering training program to teach eonomists and engineers about each other's disciplines, helping them understand their different perspectives and approachs to research problems, and establishing collaborations in energy policy. Check here for updates and links to streaming video of past seminars and workshops.
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