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5:47 pm
Thu January 30, 2014

UW Collaborates on Carbon Capture Test Center

A research lab dedicated to finding new ways to collect and use carbon dioxide is a step closer to becoming a reality. 

The Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee has recommended that $15 million be set aside for the project, which would be located at one of Wyoming’s coal-fired power plants.  The project would be a collaboration between the state, the University of Wyoming, and a power company.

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6:12 pm
Wed September 4, 2013

UW researchers gain state-of-the-art energy labs

Nikhil Shetty, who is in charge of software for the CAVE, views a 3-D image of a protein.
Credit Willow Belden / WPR

Students and researchers at the University of Wyoming now have access to high-tech equipment that will enable them to do more advanced energy research than in the past.

The university’s new $25 million Energy Innovation Center houses labs for researching better ways to extract oil and more efficient techniques to convert coal into liquids.

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6:41 pm
Wed December 5, 2012

Energy Innovation Center To Open

The University of Wyoming’s long awaited Energy Innovation Center opens in January. 

The 25-point-four million dollar facility features some high tech capabilities that U-W Energy School Director Mark Northam says should allow Wyoming to be a leader in energy research.  

It will have links to high speed computers, such as the NCAR Supercomputer and will allow for outside research.

“The building will also have a distance collaboration laboratory that will be useful for researchers and other professionals who are working with people in other loca

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