Research

Clean Technologies

Research remains our most potent weapon against threats of climate change, pollution, resource depletion, and lack of a sustainable energy supply. At Washington State University, researchers bridge disciplines to seek solutions to these critical environmental issues.
 
Fueling our state's economy. Highly acclaimed faculty design sustainable resources for the built environment, explore renewable energy sources, guide management of the smart grid, inform public policies on energy use, and more-helping Washington become a national leader in the clean technology sector.
 
Forging industry partnerships. The University is committed to partnering with industry to advance clean technology innovations: products, services, and processes that harness renewable materials and energy sources while dramatically reducing waste, emissions, and the use of natural resources.

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Fuel Cell Technology
Fuel Cell Technology

By converting energy in liquid fuels to electricity, fuel cells could help satisfy our growing thirst for electrical power.

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Nuclear Ambition

The Innovators

Nuclear Ambition

Nuclear Ambition

Securing America and Our Energy Future


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September 10, 2009
 
Sustaining Our World

The Innovators

Sustaining Our World

Strategies for Tomorrow:

Re-engineering for a Sustainable Built Environment


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October 9, 2008
 
From Bean to Biodiesel
From Bean to Biodiesel

Automotive fuel made from crop plants can gunk up your engine and the environment—unless the plant is tailor-made for the job.

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Fuel Cell Technology

By converting energy in liquid fuels to electricity, fuel cells could help satisfy our growing thirst for electrical power.

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Fuel Cell Technology
 
Better Roads Ahead

The Innovators

Better Roads Ahead

Better Roads Ahead

Sustainable solutions to complex transportation needs


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April 6, 2010
 

The Innovators

Better Roads Ahead

Better Roads Ahead

Sustainable solutions to complex transportation needs


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April 6, 2010
Better Roads Ahead



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