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Center for Electrochemical Engineering Research

Electrochemical engineering research looks for ways to apply chemistry and technology to creating sustainable and alternative energy. From hydrogen fuel cells to urine-powered wastewater treatment, the Center for Electrochemical Engineering Research has been on the forefront of innovative research in this field since 2009. With support from the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Defense Department, and the Ohio Department of Development, our researchers are creating for good, bringing these technologies to market for the world to benefit.

 
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Russ College Distinguished Professor shares research at film screening

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Ohio University and Athens community members filled the Athena Cinema Tuesday evening for a presentation by Distinguished Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Geradine G. Botte before a screening of the film “Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story. (read more)