Students, faculty, and staff spending time on Illinois Institute of Technology’s Mies Campus this month will be treated to a new sight near S. R.
Energy and Sustainability
Though large cities only occupy 2 percent of the world’s landmass, they’re responsible for approximately 70 percent of the world’s carbon dioxide
Keeping students and faculty toasty in some of the older buildings on Illinois Institute of Technology’s Mies Campus can prove tricky during bitter
Illinois Tech researchers are pioneering a new way to turn carbon dioxide into useful chemicals. Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering Mohammad
Qing-Chang Zhong , Max McGraw Endowed Chair of Energy and Power Engineering and Management, has received two grants totaling $638,809 from the
Hamid Arastoopour (M.S. GE ’75, Ph.D. ’78), Henry R. Linden Professor of Engineering and director of the Wanger Institute for Sustainable Energy
In the world of rechargeable batteries, a typical car battery, for example, requires about 45 minutes or more to go from being minimally charged to
Weslynne Ashton , associate professor of environmental management and sustainability, was recently selected as a 2018–19 Jefferson Science Fellow.
Using the tools of synthetic organic chemistry, computational modeling, advanced spectroscopy, and X-ray diffraction crystallography, Jean-Luc Ayitou,