SMART Biomaterials for Biofuels Production lab focuses on synthesis and electrospinning of biomaterials and natural polymers such as cellulose. Read more.
Researchers in the Culturally Relevant Computing Lab build virtual agents to assist students in the AUC with recycling efforts. Read more.
Theoretical research on graphene entails studying the band gap openings and functionalization of carbon nanotubes. Graphene is a one carbon thick material with electronic properties. Read more.
New methods for the chemical synthesis of low cost organic polymers for use in solar cells and modules are being studied. Read more.
Aquaponics is a sustainable food production system that combines conventional aquaculture (raising fish) with hydroponics (cultivating plants) in a symbiotic environment. Read more.
This research explores how community gardens can be used to promote student engagement and community capacity. Read more.
A high altitude balloon with a payload of different undergraduate student research projects is launched to near space and recovered. Read more.
Interview local users of solar technology and install solar panels in communities without electricity. Read more.