Professor Dumesic posing with the recently developed APR reactor
UW-Madison Chemical and Biological Engineering
In 2002, UW stem cell pioneer James Thomson won one of these. In 2003, it was Google's Larry Page and Sergey Brin. This year, it might be James Dumesic and Randy Cortright.
On November 14, the two men wil......Full article >>>
w, marketing communications, materials, media/journalism, policy, social entrepreneurship, and space. All New Fellows, of which there are five and sometimes six, have a shot at being named overall winner in their category.
Among the organization's sponsors are Microsoft, Wired Magazine, Accenture Corporation, and CNN.
Virent was founded only three years ago, with the long view ......Full article >>>
n place at Madison Gas & Electric
, Apfelbach said. There, a Ford internal combustion engine powered by the fuel produced in the APR reaction is hooked to the MG&E power grid. It produces enough energy, about five kilowatts, to power an average home.
"It's the first time the system has ever been built," Apfelbach said. "You ......Full article >>>
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