UGA College of Engineering graduate earns NSF fellowship

A University of Georgia College of Engineering alumna has received a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, a competitive national award that recognizes emerging scientists and engineers.Emma Brannon graduated from the UGA College of Engineering in 2018 with a bachelor…

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Building Bridges

America has a problem.Its infrastructure is overwhelmed, with much of it susceptible to natural disasters and even typical weather events. Sea-level rise and an increase in the number of extreme storms certainly aren’t helping matters. Couple that…

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In search of a cleaner, more efficient combustion engine

Emerging low-temperature combustion technology promises better fuel efficiency and less pollutionWhile diesel engines offer better fuel economy and stronger towing power than gasoline-powered engines, they also produce more polluting emissions. Now, a scientist in the University of Georgia…

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