Biomass Cooking Stoves for Nepal
U engineering students optimized biomass cookstoves for rural communities in Nepal. These stoves will reduce harmful emissions and wood consumption, which will in turn improve indoor air quality, reduce harmful health effects from inefficient combustion and reduce burdens on women and children in Nepal, who most often gather fuel wood and are in the home during meal preparation. This project is funded through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's P3 (People, Planet, Prosperity) Student Design Competition for Sustainability, which funds student projects that benefit people, promote prosperity and protect the planet by designing solutions that move us towards a sustainable future.
Originally posted: The University of Utah's YouTube channel
Does success have a launching pad, a formula, step by step instructions? What is the path that takes you from where you are now to where you want to be? Step one: Imagine. Step two: Do. Opportunity awaits and all things are possible at a place we call "Imagine U" - The University of Utah.
Originally posted: The University of Utah's Youtube channel
Electrochemical Sensors and Speech Recognition
Richard Brown, Dean of Engineering and Professor in Electrical and Computer Engineering, devises electrochemical sensors for neuroscience research to help decode speech from brain surface local field potentials.
Originally posted: The Brain Institute's Youtube channel
An Invitation to Industry
USTAR and the University of Utah
The James L. Sorenson Molecular Biotechnology Building - a USTAR Innovation Center is available for industry-sponsored research at the University of Utah. This video features the nanofabrication and microscopy resources at the 208,000 square-foot building, and highlights the commercialization culture at the U of U.
Original post: USTAR's Vimeo