“Solving for Sustainability” is theme for latest S&T research magazine

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On October 13, 2022

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Fateme Rezaei, associate professor of chemical and biochemical engineering, is an internationally known expert in carbon capture. Her research recently earned a nearly $1.7 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for a project titled “ECO-EBET: GOALI: CAS-Climate: Expediting Decarbonization of Cement Industry through Integration of CO2 Capture and Conversion.”

This fall’s research magazine, re:Search, features stories about S&T is solving for sustainability through advancing research related to energy and the environment, as well as other stories of notable research and scholarship at S&T during fiscal year 2021-22. The annual magazine is now available online.

The publication is written, edited, designed and photographed by the S&T marketing and communications staff in collaboration with the division of research and innovation. The printed version of the magazine is distributed to university leaders across the nation, legislators and other constituents as part of S&T’s strategy to raise visibility and enhance the university’s reputation as a leading research university.

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