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  • U New Hampshire Powered with Landfill Gas

    The University of New Hampshire has begun powering its campus primarily with landfill gas, a first for a campus in the United States. The 5 million square-foot campus is receiving up to 85 percent of its electricity and heat from purified natural gas through EcoLine, a landfill gas-to-energy project that uses purified methane gas from a nearby landfill.More
  • Royal Military College of Canada Speeds Advanced Aircraft Design Research with SiCortex

    Researchers and faculty at the Royal Military College of Canada (RMC) in Kingston, Ontario are tackling the challenge of how to reduce fuel consumption by aviation and shipping industries with the use of a new high-productivity computing system from SiCortex.More
  • Engineering Students Design Cars of the Future in EcoCAR Challenge

    Student engineers participating in EcoCAR are getting the opportunity to work with model-based design technologies with recent contributions from dSPACE, National Instruments, and The MathWorks. The hardware and software tools provided by the companies are helping 17 student teams design fuel-efficient cars of the future.More