MU scientists receive $5.5 million gift from Kimmel Foundation to search for the next big thing in alternative energy
Feb 14, 2012
This story is brimming with Sustainable Energy, as it focuses directly on funding coming into the university to be used in research on alternative energy sources.
From MU News Bureau
COLUMBIA, Mo. — Sustainable practices and the search for safe, environmentally friendly energy has been a priority of scientists for years. With some success, researchers across the globe are continuing the hunt for an energy source that is clean and abundant. Now, scientists at the University of Missouri are the recipients of a five-year, $5.5 million gift from the Sidney Kimmel Foundation that will help focus efforts in fundamental, physical sciences in the search for new alternative energy sources. More…