The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and the breeze feels like freedom as I cruise down Morreene Road on my way to campus- these are the times when I’m overwhelmingly grateful for beingContinue reading
Dr. Val Smith visits the Nicholas School and shares ideas about preventing predation when growing algae for biofuels.
What does it take to make your own simple microbial fuel cell? Find out what some students have been experimenting with in a Bioenergy course at Duke.
Abundant waste sources can serve a new purpose and be used to grow algae for biofuels. This post lists a sample of some of these waste sources, have you heard of all of them?
My experience at Duke’s monthly Energy Mix, and how it prompted me to learn more about fracking and its current state in North Carolina.