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Making Waves: Kelsie Ferin Proves Renewable Energy and Clean Water Go Hand in Hand

February 27, 2019

Making Waves: Kelsie Ferin Proves Renewable Energy and Clean Water Go Hand in Hand

When Kelsie Ferin sits down to code, she has a million square miles of soil, water, and sky at her fingertips: from Iowa’s Corn Belt to the Mississippi River, and all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. These iconic landscapes form the backdrop for Ferin’s research on how bioenergy crops can help purify the nation’s water.

Sotirios Archontoulis received the Early Achievement in Research Award

March 2, 2018

by Ellen Bombella, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Communications Service

Sotirios Archontoulis' curiosity about crops, soil and weather started at a very young age when he was growing up in Greece. He remembers going to the fields with his father, who was a farmer, in the heat of the afternoon to see if the crops needed watered.

Richard M Cruse
Professor
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