Purdue University Students, Researchers to Exhibit Alternative Energy Projects
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. â€“ Purdue University students and faculty researchers will head to Indianapolis March 22 for Purdue Day at the Statehouse. More than two dozen projects, most related to alternative energy research, will be spotlighted in exhibits and informative posters in the Statehouse Rotunda.
Research will range from fuel cells to hydrogen generation to photovoltaic technology. Various forms of biofuel research will be included, as will aviation technology. Students will show off electric- and solar-powered vehicles, and a windmill demonstration is planned.
“Purdue has alternative energy research going on throughout campus and, in fact, around the state,” said Vic Lechtenberg, vice provost for engagement. “We’re pleased to have the opportunity to explain our work — and show off our students — at the Statehouse.”
Purdue Day at the Statehouse will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. It is free and open to the public.alternative energy students, alternative energy university, purdue university
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