NSF Grant at ACC

NSF Grant at ACC National Science Foundation Research Project at Alpena Community College
http://discover.alpenacc.edu/nsfgrant.php Alpena Community College recently received a National Science Foundation (NSF), Advanced Technical Education grant to study carbon capture and CO2 uptake in concrete and concrete masonry production.

Research will be conducted at ACC’s World Center for Concrete Technology with participation by two-year concrete technology students. Involvement by regional secondary school science instructors, secondary level science students, and business and industry representatives are also notable components of the project. The three-year, $200,000 award is the first NSF award in ACC’s 60-year history, and

Research will be conducted at ACC’s World Center for Concrete Technology with participation by two-year concrete technology students. Involvement by regional secondary school science instructors, secondary level science students, and business and industry representatives are also notable components of the project. The three-year, $200,000 award is the first NSF award in ACC’s 60-year history, and

04/22/2014

Wednesday, April 23, at 10:30 a.m. NSF co-investigator, Oscar Tavares, will present the status of ACC's NSF-funded research project in Carbon Sequestration at ACC's World Center for Concrete Technology.

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